I saw in some news paper "she is married with.... bla bla". Is that grammar correct ? What happen when it is change into "she was married with...."
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For married people the expression is more normally "married to", e.g. "John is married to Alan". As an adjective you could say "John and Alan are married". In the past tense you'd say "John married Alan".
"Marry with" is also grammatically correct but is commonly used with impersonal objects. "Marry pomegranate with halloumi to enhance your salads".
To answer your specific question: Is married is, in itself, correct.
It is proper grammar since it is stating that that person is married. If after the word married comes up then that will most likely affect the grammatical side to the word.