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    genitive's ?

    Which sentence is better:
    What is the name of your best friend?
    What is your best friend's name?

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    Re: genitive's ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ratóncolorao View Post
    Which sentence is better:
    What is the name of your best friend?
    What is your best friend's name?

    Thank you
    Both are fine, but the second one is more usual. Also, "what is" would usually be "what's".

    What's your best friend's name?

    And you'll often hear, "What's your best friend called?"


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