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?)
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the video media yp club the print media yp club the information telecommunication yp the RCY club the English conversation club the environment guard club the quilt club the reading essay club / the reading and writing club the
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