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    Which one is correct :

    Manchester city or Manchester City

    I am writing essay now

    The sentence is >>> This museum located in Manchester city


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    Re: capital letter

    Quote Originally Posted by oryx View Post
    Which one is correct : Manchester city or Manchester City ? The second - if you are talking about the football club.

    I am writing an essay now.

    The sentence is >>> This museum is located in Manchester cCity.
    We would normally just say/write, "This museum is located in Manchester". If you want to say that is is in the centre, then "This museum is located in the centre of Manchester".


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    Re: capital letter

    . . .or '. . .located in the city of Manchester.'

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