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How would one punctuate this correctly?

One of my parent's friend's houses.

Isn't it one house? One parent's friend?

How would one punctuate this correctly?

One of my parent's friend's houses.

Isn't it one house? One parent's friend?

We have these choices:

One parent, one friend, two houses:

One parent, two friends, two houses:

Two parents, one friend, two houses:

Two parents, two friends, two houses:

One parent, two friends, one house:

Two parents, one friend, one house:

Two parents, two friends, one house:

One parent, one friend, two houses:

*One of my parent's friend's houses.*One parent, two friends, two houses:

*One of my parent's friends' houses.*Two parents, one friend, two houses:

*One of my parents' friend's houses.*Two parents, two friends, two houses:

*One of my parents' friends' houses.*

One parent, one friend, one house:*One of my parents' friend's house.*One parent, two friends, one house:

*One of my parent's friends' house.*Two parents, one friend, one house:

*My parents' friend's house.*Two parents, two friends, one house:

*My parents' friends' house.*

If anyone would care to double-check these, I'd be obliged. Now I have to go and lie down for just a little while...Mister MicawberOne parent, one friend, one house:Hi Mr MicawberOne of my parents' friend's house.

If anyone would care to double-check these, I'd be obliged. Now I have to go and lie down for just a little while...

Just one correction:

*One of my parent's friend's house.*However, since

*one of*requires a

**plural**, I consider the sentence ungrammatical as

*parent*is singular. We can't say:

*one of my parent,*we can only say

*one of my parent*Of course it can be in the genitive as well:

**s**.*one of my parents' friends.*

To convey the idea you are trying to express, I would say:

*the house of my parent's friend*or

*my parent's friend's house.*

CB