whose_whos - 6 As the night drew in we were all wondering...

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Whose or Who’s? These words sound the same, but how do you know which one to use? The easiest way is to remember that ‘who’s’ is a contraction – it is short for ‘who is’ or ‘who has’. ‘Whose’ is used when something belongs to someone. If ‘who is’ or ‘who has’ doesn’t fit in the sentence, then the word ‘whose’ will probably be used. Complete these sentences inserting the correct word. 1. ______ coming to the party? 2. ______ coat is this? 3. ______ gone to the library? 4. The woman, ______ son won a year’s supply of chocolate, was not happy as she was a health freak! 5. I’d like to know ______ going to pay for the dinner?
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Unformatted text preview: 6. As the night drew in we were all wondering ______ going to go out and get the take away? 7. The teacher asked, “______ done their homework?” 8. Sitting on the train, I noticed a suitcase. I didn’t know ______ it was, so I left it there. 9. Jed exclaimed, “I found ten pounds on the floor, ______ is it? 10. ______ the Prime Minister at the moment? 11. “This is ridiculous, ______ got the remote control now?” moaned dad. 12. The identical twins liked to play tricks on people. “______ who?” was often cried by those around them!...
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