my mother's; my mother's house
The last time he was seen was when he was at the back door of Emily's kitchen.
Can I write "Emily's kitchen" to mean "kitchen of Emily's house"?
Would the meaning differ if I substituted "to" for "of"?
I remember that I saw an expression like "I went to my mother's" in which the speaker meant "my mother's house"...(I am not sure.)
Is "my mother's" a legitimate expression for "my mother's house"?
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