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    correct form

    When we are talking about a range of mountains we use "the". Is this sentence correct? I mean can I say "a range of mountains" instead of mountain range?
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    Re: correct form

    You can say 'a mountain range' or 'a range of mountains'. We use 'the' with the names of particular mountain ranges: the Alps, the Himalayas, the Andes, etc.

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    #3

    Re: correct form

    "a mountain range" would be more frequent.

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