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For example:
1) The house'sHouse's roof collapsed yesterday.
or
2) The roof of the house collapsed yesterday.

Which of these two is better and why?

For example:
1) The house's roof collapsed yesterday.
or
2) The roof of the house collapsed yesterday.

Which of these two is better and why?

For example:
1) House's roof collapsed yesterday.
or
2) The roof of the house collapsed yesterday.

Which of these two is better and why?

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For example: 
1) House'sThe house's roof collapsed yesterday.
or 
2) The roof of the house collapsed yesterday.
Which

Which of these two is better and why?

For example: 1) House's roof collapsed yesterday.
or 2) The roof of the house collapsed yesterday.
Which of these two is better and why?

For example: 
1) The house's roof collapsed yesterday.
or 
2) The roof of the house collapsed yesterday.

Which of these two is better and why?

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