36. H）If you care about outside opinions on your name, you should know that a large portion of today's society is annoyed by the hyphenated name.
37. D) Most of the time, though, the most popular compromise is to hyphenate your last name and the last name of your groom.
38. I) Whether your future husband insisting on your adopting his last name is a red flag to you or not, it is still something that you should take into consideration.
39. A) While being married is great and wonderful, the act of getting married can be quite stressful.
40. J) One spouse wants a complete name change. The other spouse wants no name change. Hyphenating the two namesis a way for each person to，at least a little bit,“win”the argument.
41. B) The act of keeping her own last name was considered taboo and people's eyebrows would raise right of their faces...
42. E) lt allows you to stay connected to accomplishments that you achieved before you got married.
43. G) At the the time, your name is associated with the identity you've built up and hyphenation allows you to respect that while also respecting tradition and your husband’s family' s identity.
44. L) At the end ofthe day, whether you each keep your names, ... what matters is that you love each other and are going to be joining your lives together.
45. F) While tradition is one thing, there isn't any logical reason to completely change your name.