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I am going to find a slogan for a brand new health product. It includes vitamins, energy drink, etc. There are two slogans:

  • catch the rhythm of life

or

  • catch life's rhythm

Thank you.

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closed as too localized by coleopterist, Urbycoz, MετάEd, J.R., David Wallace Nov 7 '12 at 8:48

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This doesn't seem like an appropriate question for EL&U because it's entirely subjective. –  amacy Nov 7 '12 at 8:15
    
I agree with the vote to close, but it wouldn't hurt to share my thoughts that the first sounds more natural, and more catchy. –  J.R. Nov 7 '12 at 9:03
    
Thank you for the critics about the phrase. That was what I want to hear and be sure about the slogan. Because I am not a native English speaker, so I need to ask and learn right usage of the slogan. and after reading FAQ I understand the votes about closing the subject. Thank you all. –  Ferit Yazgan Nov 7 '12 at 10:40
    
While both are grammatical, I think it's a criminal offense in case of a sentence about rhythm to use the saxon genitive 's (and breaking the natural rhythm of any word) in place of a the beautifully rhythmic form utilizing the "of". –  SF. Nov 7 '12 at 11:58

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If it's a slogan for a product, the choice is commercial rather than linguistic, but if you choose the second, delete the.

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Hi Mr.Barrie, Actually you are right, but I found the slogan in my mother language, Turkish, then I tried to translate it to English. So I need to be sure about translation. Thats all. Thank you for suggestion. –  Ferit Yazgan Nov 7 '12 at 8:02

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