When i want to say "Mary's friend"...?

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  • When i want to say "Mary's friend"...?


Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 04:52
the friend of Mary. if you reverse the possessive and place it in its longer form, you drop the apostrophe-s. Mary's friend=friend of Mary. It is possible that you could say A friend of Mary's, to mean one of Mary's (plural) friends. Its long form would be one of the friends of Mary.
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