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    #1

    a view of the London's sun

    Hi,

    Are the following correct?

    A) A view of the London's sun
    B) A view of the sun in London

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    Re: a view of the London's sun

    B is correct. A isn't.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: a view of the London's sun

    You can write ...a view of the London sun. This is a rather poetic way to express the same idea.
    I am not a teacher.

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