at guest's


Senior Member
I was wandering if it's possible to say
" I was at guest`s place yesterday" (or
I was at guest's )
on the analogy of "I was at Pit's place yesterday"
Or it sounds awkward and odd?

  • Biffo

    Senior Member
    English - England
    I am not sure what you mean. In what sense is the person a guest? Is this someone who is temporarily living at your house? If so then you would say: "I was at a guest`s place yesterday" meaning I visited the house of a guest of mine.

    I think we need more explanation of what you are talking about.


    Senior Member
    English - England
    In that case you were the guest not your friend.

    (Unless your friend is called Mr. Guest in which case you need to capitalize the name)

    "I was at my friend's place yesterday" :tick:
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