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I am at barber. Is it correct? #1 (permalink) Sun Feb 13, 2011 11:05 am   I am at barber. Is it correct?
 

Hi,

A: Where are you?
B: I am at barber. Is it correct?
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I am at barber. Is it correct? #2 (permalink) Sun Feb 13, 2011 11:12 am   I am at barber. Is it correct?
 

A: Where are you?
B: I am at the barber/ the barber's.
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I am at barber. Is it correct? #3 (permalink) Tue Feb 15, 2011 1:50 am   I am at barber. Is it correct?
 

Hi,

If I choose the second option. Would it be;

The barber's 'without I am at'?
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I am at barber. Is it correct? #4 (permalink) Tue Feb 15, 2011 3:39 am   I am at barber. Is it correct?
 

No, that is not what the slash mark was intended to mean. Do you see that the 2nd 'the' is not capitalized?
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I am at barber. Is it correct? #5 (permalink) Tue Feb 15, 2011 7:07 am   I am at barber. Is it correct?
 

Mmmmm. Then 's' what for??

What I know that 's' stand for the owner. Like when I say; "I'm going to Maggie's''.
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