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Hamid ghorbani
Which one is more often used in daily conversation by natives? The weather in britain is very changeable. Or the britain's weather is very changeable. Or for this one:
The only cinema in the town has closed down, or the town's only cinema has closed down. Many thanks in advance. 
Mar 24, 2018 7:13 PM
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Natives would most certainly not say "The weather in Britain changes really often."

We would say "The weather in Britain is unpredictable" or "The weather in Britain frequently changes" or "The weather in Britain changes frequently "

Formal language is infrequently used in the UK outside of royal or parliamentary speeches.  

"The towns only cinema has closed down" or "The towns only cinema has shut down" would be used.

Formally (pretentiously) "The towns only cinema has ceased operating"

March 24, 2018
Well, both sentences in a sense mean the same thing so all of the sentences have the same level of formality.
March 24, 2018

To be quite honest, it really just depends on the person that is speaking, because I have heard all of those statements been used before.

Most natives would often say something like-

"The weather in Britain changes really often."

As for the other one-

"The only cinema in town has closed down."

But really all of the statements in question are grammatically correct and able to be used in day to day conversations.

March 24, 2018
Thank you Mike for your reply 
March 24, 2018
So can it be said that one of them is more formal than another?
March 24, 2018
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