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Is it correct to say 'On the Jameson Street'?

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No. Not in American English. It may be possible in British English.

CJ

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But grammatically, is this correct?

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But grammatically, is this correct?

Yes, if it's accepted by British speakers.

CJ

Why is it the other way around?

http://znamangielski.com/roznica-miedzy-on-the-street-a-in-the-street.html

https://forum.english.best/t/in-street-or-on-street/13826

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I am unable to access either of those links at this time; however, I think we may be talking at cross purposes.

on a street is American; in a street is British.

But to use "the" in front of the name of a street is not correct in American English. I don't know about British English. It may be possible to use "the" in that way in British English.

CJ

CalifJimBut to use "the" in front of the name of a street is not correct in American English. I don't know about British English. It may be possible to use "the" in that way in British English.

No, the names of streets don't usually take an article in British English, either. There are some exceptions. For instance, in London there's a street called The Strand.

CB