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    Default a doctor Johnson

    A doctor Johnson wants to see you.

    A Doctor Johnson wants to see you.

    Are both sentences correct?

    Jason

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    Default Re: a doctor Johnson

    Quote Originally Posted by jasonlulu_2000 View Post
    A doctor Johnson wants to see you.

    A Doctor Johnson wants to see you.

    Are both sentences correct?

    Jason
    No, only the second is correct.
    "A doctor, Johnson, wants to see you" is also possible, but unlikely.

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