Hi guys, I have one, maybe a bit stupid, question. I suppose I can't use the saxon genitive when describing some possessivness or characteristics and properties of non-living things. The expressions like bus's driver, movie's duration, wine's flavor, hemp's biomass, greenhouse gas's emissions etc. should be thus incorrect. Right? If my assumption is correct, I can use the presposition "of" instead of the saxon genitive. There is one problem, though. In written text I need to avoid often repetetive using of this preposition. For instance "One of the significant disadvantages of use of fossil fuels..." (I have millions of sentences like this in my diploma thesis) It sounds really horrible to me (I'm sure not only to me). How could I avoid it, please? Are there any other alternatives? I'd be really gratefull for any advices.