Whose and who’s

huːz ənd huːz

Who’s is the contraction and Whose is a possessive word.

 

Who’s is the contraction of who is or who has.

 

Example of Who’s

Who’s is this glass of wine ? X – incorrect
Whose is this glass of wine? √ – correct

 

Whose It’s used in questions and relative clauses.

Example of Whose

Whose is that over there ? X – incorrect
Who’s that over there ? √ – correct

 

 

Any and some

Both some and any  suggest an indefinite number or amount of something. Some is more common in affirmative clauses. Any is used in questions and negative clauses.

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“Don’t” and “doesn’t”

Difference between "Don't" and "doesn't"? Don't and doesn't are contractions. Don't is a contraction of do not,  and doesn't is a contraction of does not.

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