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    City name

    If I want somebody to spell the name of a city like Lexington, would it be correct to say "Please spell city name" or "City's name"?
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    Re: City name

    Your sentence beginning with 'If' must not end with a full stop.

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    Re: City name

    I would ask them to spell the name of the city.

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