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Heather is the proud owner of Jack, an adorable dog. Dogs bond closely with their owners and like to be hugged. This is certainly true of Jack.
Is it possible to interpret in a few words of in the above context? If yes, what is it?
Furthermore, I suspect I could render the italic line as the following:
The case of Jack is certainly the same.
It's the same of Jack.
It's the same case of Jack.
Correct me if I am wrong. Thanks.
Thanks, Naamplao, for the clear explanation.
Just to make sure, but are my replacements grammatically all right?