Apostrophes
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Possessive pronouns vs. possessive adjectives
Pronouns vs. possessive pronouns or adjectives
Whose vs. who's

100

Yokos last name is Yakamoto.


Yoko's

100

Tonys my neighbor.

Tony's

100

Where is your/yours bike?

your

100

There's a group of students over there. I'll ask them/theirs.

them

100

Whose/who's books are these?

Whose

200

Pablo is a student. Hes in my class. His last name is Alvarez.

He's

200

My brother's are older than me.

brothers

200

They're Mary's books. I know they're her/hers.

hers

200

That's me/my notebook on the table.

my

200

I don't know who's/whose coming with us tonight.

who's

300

Were classmates.

We're

300

My childrens teacher is very patient.

children's

300

This is our hotel room, and that one is their/theirs.

theirs

300

This car belongs to ours/us.

us

300

Who's/whose that woman and what does she want?

Who's

400

Andys going to help me with my homework

Andy's

400

I found two girls backpacks in the park.

girls'

400

This is my/mine cat, not her/hers.

my, hers

400

Those cats are hungry. Do you have any food you can give to theirs/them?

them

400

If you want to know who's/whose car that is, just wait.

whose

500

Its Ginas book

It's and Gina's

500

Korean and Japanese languages pronunciations are very different.

languages'

500

It looks like our/ours dictionary, but it/its has a ripped corner.

our, it

500

I know John well. He/his works in our building.

he

500

Who's/whose hat is your favorite hat?

whose