Thesis Statement: Arranged marriages have different forms mostly depending on the couples country, culture and social surrounding conditions; however, not all of these forms are acceptable, successful and respectable by many societies.
I.In arranged marriages, the possibility of its success is unknown and depending on the culture of the couple and the type of this arranged marriage.
A.If the couple is from the same region or society the chances of having a successful marriage is great.
B.A successful arranged marriage occurs when the couple respect, care, and trust for each other.
C.Thesis Statement: Arranged marriages have different forms mostly depending on the couples country, culture and social surrounding conditions; however, not all of these forms are acceptable, successful and respectable by many societies.
II.One of the forms of arranged marriages is the marriage through websites and online dating services.
A.Most Indians, nowadays, depend on the magazine ads and online matching websites in finding a lifetime partner.
B.Ranjani Rangan is an Indian girl who grew up in Singapore, and got married through an online matching service.
III.Mustafa Ersen in his article reveals another form of arranged marriages called berdel, which occurs through the exchange of brides and it, exists within Turkish, Kurdish and Arabic people living in the southeastern of Turkey.
A.This type of arranged marriages occurs between relatives and local families where the two families exchange brides.
B.Ersen asked a recent married Turkish whether is he happy or not to get married to a girl he only saw once in his life.
C.This type of marriage is a one that entails many unjust actions.
IV.Blind marriages are another type of marriages that is experienced in china, where the parents and hired go-betweens play the dominant role in decision-making and the couple does not meet until the day of marriage.