This is probably easy, but I'm confused right now and I was too clumsy to find an answer through Google. Which sentence is correct?
- He is in the same school as John
- He is in the same school as John's
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The first one is correct.
The second one means "He is in the same school as John's school," which is so clunky that I can't even figure out whether it's technically correct or not.