Grammatical error

#1

“Whose” implies possession. The correct way to write it in this case would be “who’s.”

“Who’s” is most commonly used as a contraction of “who is,” but can also be used in place of “who has.”

Writing “whose” in place of “who’s” is basically like writing “your” in place of “you’re.”

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#2

There’s already a topic about this, and Polaris reads it. Please don’t make duplicate topics. Grammatical Error Found

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#3

NCTZEN is right, but nice catch anyway.

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#4

Good catch indeed! Whose was tis idea of creating another of these dates duplicates?

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