I am writing this sentence:
I can put you in touch with a business owner in the UK
I'm not sure if I should put "the" for UK or not
Could you help please
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Yes, because it is the United Kindgom, not a random kingdom in the world.
The same goes for The United States, and not just "United States".
The United States
The United Kingdom
The Democratic Republic of the Congo
But, you would of course say:
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