Do you agree with the interpretation of the following three example sentences?
- I don't want to be involved in the problems of my boss.
The boss probably deals with some problems. e.g. slow sales, product quality issue, customer complaint
- I don't want to be involved in my boss's problem.
This implies a similar case as above one, but with only one problem.
- I don't want to be involved in the problem of my boss.
Probably the boss himself has caused trouble. e.g. a misconduct
If you agree, then
Q1) Why is "my boss's problem" likely to mean that my boss has ONLY ONE problem?
Q2) why is "the problem of my boss" LESS LIKELY to mean that my boss has only one problem, but MORE LIKELY to mean that the boss himself probably has caused trouble?