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    Ted, we are watching you from the Olympus

    Hello

    Is the following sentence grammatically correct?

    "Ted, we are watching you from the Olympus."

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    Re: Ted, we are watching you from the Olympus

    Yes.

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    Re: Ted, we are watching you from the Olympus

    If the Olympus is a place such as a building or an arena, yes. If you mean it figuratively, you should say either "we are watching you from Olympus" or "we are watching you from Mount Olympus."
    Last edited by GoesStation; 27-Jul-2016 at 15:32. Reason: To fix a typo.
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