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Hi,
I need help with a sentence here...my friends are having an argument over this sentence...
Is this sentence grammatically correct? If not, why?
"I think that the quality of the English used on the Nike forums is bad."
Some are saying "the Nike forums" is acceptable as there are many sub forums within the main forum, i.e. Nike Shoe discussion forum, Nike Clothing discussion forum, Football discussion forum., etc

However there is another group who is claiming it should be "Nike's forum".

Thanks in advance!
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Nike's forums, or Nike forums are are both ok but sentence structure changes a little:

"I think that the quality of English used on the Nike forums is bad"

"I think that the quality of English used on Nike's forums is bad".

I imagine Nike forums being more commonly used.

and;

"I think that the quality of the English used on the Nike forums is bad."

In England, we don't say "the quality of the English", we would just say "the quality of English". "The English" is usually only used when talking about the people who live in England.
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On Nike Forum, you can talk about anything about Nike .such as NIKE shoes , NIKE company and NIKE store. here are some information of nike. www.ali-trade.com. you can take a look at it and take it as a reference.