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Sorry for disturbing again!!!
My doubts in English do not seem to disappear, but they grow everyday..Should I use the possessive case with animals or places? Would it be correct to use the construction ..of the (eg. The run of horses, the monuments of Florence)?.
Just one more question : Can you say a Milan football match, a Roma football match?
Many thanks! Is there any possibility to help English-speaking people with their Italian, as you do with our English?
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About the other question, I found this on the net, I am not sure if it is a correct English sentence:
The club can guarantee all of their fans that when they purchase tickets to an AC Milan football match they will have a great time.
Pencilcase: Just one more question : Can you say a Milan football match, a Roma football match?
Coolfootluke: I wouldn't. I can't say why not, though. It's "Rome" in English, by the way.
Me: Even if it's AS Roma the soccer club?
1- "the country of the two woman" is not a sentence pencilcase. If it was a sentence it would have a verb.
2- You can give us a complete sentence and then we can discuss it. In many cases, our choice of 's or "of" depends on the structure of the whole sentence. See:
"What happened over the next few days — while casting an extraordinary light on the values of the two women involved — suggests that even if ..."
As you see we can not put "involved" there if we phrase that part as "the two women's values".
3- We can suppose "the country of the two woman" to be a title, and it's correct. Adrian Canon Doyle wrote a crime story named "The adventure of the two women". Could he also name it as "The two women's adventure"? I think so. But in such cases we usually put "adventure" first because the story is all about the adventure.