I am a little confused about when to use brát se versus vzít se. Both seem to mean "get married" and both seem to be used in a perfective/completive sense. What is the correct usage? Díky moc.
your solution ("They were marrying very young.") in the correction box is not the same as your meaning here. The one in this discussion box is OK but not the one in the "correct" solution box.
i tend to agree. Edited.
brali se velmi mladí -
Does it mean that two men got merried each other?
One of the persons was certainly male. The other could have been his dog, his male partner or his female fiancé, whatever.