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1. She is talking to the boy named/called Pooh in Seoul at a chatroom.

2. She is talking to a boy named/called Pooh in Seoul at a chatroom.

(Are both grammatical? Which one is right? Do we ahve to use 'a' or 'the'?)

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    NO 2 IS CORRECT AND YOU USE A.

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