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    #1

    genitive

    Hello,

    I'm curious if the following sentences are correct:
    1. Are you a friend of David?
    2. Are you a friend of David's?
    3. Are you David's friend?

    Thanks for your replies

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    Re: genitive

    They are all correct.

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