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Sunday, 10 October 2010

Whether to use Whose or Who’s

George Michael performing in a concert.Image via Wikipedia
Whose:  is the possessive form of who, which. ‘George Michael wanted to know whose car would be taking him to his next gig.’

Who’s:  contraction for who is. ‘That’s the political leader who’s taking everybody for a ride.’

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