How to Use Whose and Who's Correctly


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Although "whose" and "who's" sound the same, these words have
different meanings and spellings. Learn how to use "whose" and "who's"
correctly so your meaning will be clear. The apostrophe is key to
determining which spelling is correct.Difficulty:Moderately
EasyInstructions Spell both words, and notice that "who's" has an
apostrophe. An apostrophe means that letters or words have been left
out. In this situation, "who's" is a short way to write "who
is."
Decide which meaning you intend. Choose "who's" when you mean
"who is," as in "Who's going to clean the mud off this carpet?"
Replacing "who's" with "who is" makes sense in this context. If "who
is" doesn't make sense in the sentence,
It's a basic grammar and spelling rule you learned in grade school,
but the words "it's" (a contraction) and "its" (a possessive pronoun)
are often used incorrectly, thanks to that darn little apostrophe. The
following tips will help you understand the difference between "it's"
and "its" so that you'll always use them
properly.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Understand that the word
"it's" is a contraction of two words - "it" and "is" or "it" and "has"
- so it requires the use of an apostrophe. Try putting both words in
your sentence before using "it's" to see if it makes sense. For
example, the sentence "The dog chased its ball" simply wouldn't make
sense as "The dog chased it is ball."
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