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    Noun Modifier

    Which church do you go to?

    a) I attend the Philippines-Manila church
    b) I attend the Philippine-Manila church

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    Are both acceptable? Which one is correct?

    Thanks~!

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    Re: Noun Modifier

    Quote Originally Posted by v3jimenez View Post
    Which church do you go to?

    a) I attend the Philippines-Manila church
    b) I attend the Philippine-Manila church

    -----------------------------------------

    Are both acceptable? Which one is correct?

    Thanks~!
    That is a proper name. It's not really a question about grammar, since the church could be called anything.
    The correct form will appear on their church letterheads or newsletters, or on the sign in the churchyard, or you could ask your pastor.

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