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

 

 

Collective nouns

Group words or collective nouns take a singular verb if you are talking of the group as a whole. They take a plural verb if you are talking about the individual members of the group.

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Difference Between Right and Wright

Grammatical Category Right is a noun, adjective, adverb and a verb. Wright is a noun.   Meaning Right can mean Morally correct or acceptable Opposite of left Legal entitlement etc. Wright is a builder or maker.   Usage Right is commonly in usage. Wright is going out of usage.

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