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    walk down the Church Street/down Church Street

    Hi everyone,

    Do we need "the" in this sentence before the name of the street?

    1. "Walk down the Church Street."

    Thank you.

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    Re: walk down the Church Street/down Church Street

    No- we don't use articles much with the names of streets.

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