I and a friend of mine are looking at a photo of a group of people, three of whom are our friend Janet's uncles.
I say: Janet's uncle looks unwell.
My friend says: No, he doesn't.
I realize that my friend is not looking at the uncle I am talking about..
I point to the man I am talking about and say
a. I am talking about this one of Janet's uncles.
b. I am talking about this uncle of Janet's.
c. I am talking about this uncle of Janet.
Which of the sentences a-c are grammatically correct and can be used in this context?
English grammar questions, answered by Alan
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