"Name of the cars" or "car names"
Hi mates! I've got a small grammatical dilemma and i'd like you to help me solve it :)
As you know better than me there is possibility of using either "Saxon genitive" or "of" in English. For example we can say:
- my daughter's toy
- the end of the movie
I was taught that we use genitive when we talk about "living creatures" and "of" regarding to objects
I thought there weren't any similar constructions but I sometimes come across expressions like:
- pitch length
- eye colour
- car names
...Could you tell me if there is a rule when we use this option? Couldn't we say "the lenght of the pitch" or "the names of cars" ?