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    “Southeast America” or "Southeastern America", which is correct?

    Hi, native speaker friends:

    “Southeast America” or "Southeastern America", which is correct? Are they both acceptable? Which one sounds more natural? What's the difference?

    Many thanks.

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    Re: “Southeast America” or "Southeastern America", which is correct?

    Either would be correct but it is natural in this case to say "Southeast America".

    [Not a teacher]

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