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roael
Brazil

Doubt
 
Is it correct to say The library is at 458 Pine Street, on the corner WITH 1st Street.

8 Sep 2017      



cunliffe
United Kingdom

Yes, that sounds absolutely fine. 

8 Sep 2017     



roael
Brazil

Thanks!

8 Sep 2017     



roael
Brazil

Is it also possible to say ...at 458 Pine Street, on the corner of 1st Street?

8 Sep 2017     



cunliffe
United Kingdom

Yes! Also, ...at 458 Pine Street, where it meets 1st Street. 

8 Sep 2017     



Ignatz
Hong Kong

All of these sound fine to me. Or you could say: Itīs ON the corner OF First AND Pine. (American English.)

8 Sep 2017     



aleph06
United States

WITH
sounds awkward. I wouldn īt use it.      
 
 Ignatz  has the perfect answer. 

11 Sep 2017