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I'm a teacher of English with Peking University, China. In my textbook
I came across a sentence:
My father was a close friend of Albert Einstein
According to my limited knowledge of English grammar,
it seems Einstein's instead of Einstein should be used.
I want to know if both are OK. If the answer is yes,
then is there any difference between the
two? Would anyone help me?
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