I noticed that when there is a possesive before the noun preceding "of" then we cam omit "of" but not in the case when there's no possesive before the noun:
- I give you all (of) my love. (Correct)
- I give you all love. (Incorrect) - should be "I give you all of love"
Am I right?
I mean to say when something belongs to someone of can either be omitted or not but with no possesive case can we omit of?
Which is correct when we speak about something in general:
- I showed him all love.
- I showed him all of love.