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posted by rfvv

Which club is Don in?
1. He is in a sports club.
2. He is in the sports club.
3. He is in a Sports Club.
4. He is in the Sports Club.
5. He is in The Sports Club.
(Which answer is common and natural? Are all grammatically correct?)

  1. SraJMcGin

    They are all correct and probably #4 is the best answer.

    Sra

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