I ran into the following sentences at another forum.
1 There is no Mike's bike in my house.
2 Mike's bike is not in my house.
One native speaker said that sentence 1 is grammatcially incorrect, because someone's name can't be used as an adjective like that. But I am confused about why when someone's name is used as an adjective in the sentence 2, it is correct. Looking forward to your help, and thanks in advance.
Thank you. You are right, and I've found the grammar rule.