All three have the same meaning. Number three would probably be the least common. I would tend to use #1 in almost all cases.
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Please, could you provide any clue to help me find out when and under what circumstances any of the following statements have to be chosen and used?
- Microsoft products
- Microsoft's products
- Products of Microsoft
Thanks in advance!
Last edited by Ali Hsn; 15-Mar-2014 at 09:44. Reason: I corrected the dictation of "and" which mistakenly had been written "an".
All Microsoft products are expensive.
All of Microsoft's products are expensive.
I wouldn't use "products of Microsoft".
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
No, it's not wrong. It's not very natural, though.
NEWLY ADDED: And thank you bhaisahab! Just a few moments ago I recieved your reply too.
Summing up MikeYork's, emsr2d2's, and bhaisahab's replies, now I got the answer!
Number 3 isn't wrong but is not common either.