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    Lightbulb Bulgaria property sales

    Hello. I am working on a website about real estate in Bulgaria.
    I wanted to know if I can use the following heading on a page:
    Bulgaria Property Sales
    or should I use Bulgarian Property Sales instead?
    The use of the first phrase is completely wrong or can I use it in some cases?
    Thank you very much for your help.


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    #2

    Re: Bulgaria property sales

    If that is what you are calling your site, then go ahead and use it. It is similar to a company name.


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    Post Re: Bulgaria property sales

    No, no. I am using those words as a title for a paragraph. I just wanted to know if it is grammatically correct.


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    Re: Bulgaria property sales

    To be honest, without the full context it is not really possible to say one way or the other.

    Give an example so that we can see what you are talking about.

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    Re: Bulgaria property sales


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