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Which one is correct?
He is friend of Jane.
or He is friend of Jane's?
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The first one.
He is a friend of Jane.
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Thank you, AlpheccaStars.
I'm sorry for the mistake.
And what about ' He is a Jane's friend ' ?
Anonymous And what about ' He is a Jane's friend ' ?
No.
He is Jane's friend.
He is one of Jane's friends.
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AlpheccaStarsHe is one of Jane's friends.
My personal preference!
AnonymousHe is a Jane's friend
No. You can never have a, an, or the together with a possessive like Jane's, Mr. Smith's, or even my or his.

CJ

Why do we say "friend of mine" and "friend of hers", but not "friend of Jane's"?

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