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8 thoughts on “ Whose Is It

  1. Dagar
    Whose and inanimate objects. As in that last example above, whose—unlike who or who’s—may apply to inanimate objects or other non-person entities. For example, while you wouldn’t say, “The book, who is pages, was released in ,” you could say, “The book, whose pages fly by, was released in .
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  3. Tele
    3. Pull out something and ask “Whose is this?” 4. Get the kids to shout out “It’s mine!” or “It’s Hiro’s.” The best thing about this game is that it’s one where you can use the game to actually teach the language, not just practice it. For example if the kids don’t know “It’s mine” they probably won’t say it. So 1.
  4. Mikazil
    Under this understanding of whose, the first example would be acceptable since it refers to people. The second example, which refers to a river, would be an unacceptable use of whose. This is still a delicate topic to this day, but the prohibition on whose as a possessive for which seems to be waning.
  5. Barg
    Whose is a possessive pronoun that you should use when you’re asking or telling whom something belongs to. Who’s is a contraction made up of the words “who” and “is” or “who” and “has”.
  6. Maujas
    Nov 11,  · The word whose is possessive, and it is often used as an adjective, which is a word that describes or clarifies a noun or a pronoun. So, in this case, whose is a possessive adjective, because it describes who owns something.
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