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Christy, an English teacher from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has an ongoing dispute with her boyfriend about the name of the magazine called The New Yorker: Is it correct to say “Did your copy of the The New Yorker arrive?” Is it really correct to add a the before the The already in the magazine’s name, or can you just refer to “your copy of The New Yorker“? This is part of a complete episode.

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