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Who's vs. Whose (Grade 3)

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Who's vs. Whose

Instructions: Who's and Whose are two words that sound alike, but they have different meanings.

Who's is a contraction. It means who is. Who's coming for dinner?

Whose is a pronoun. It means belonging to which person. Whose shoe is this?

Fill in the blanks in the sentences below to practice using these two words correctly.

1. 
Choose the word that best fits in the blank.

Do you know                 supposed to bring the juice boxes?
  1. who's
  2. whose
 
2. 
Choose the word that best fits in the blank.

Do you know                 mom is bringing the cupcakes?
  1. who's
  2. whose
3. 
Choose the word that best fits in the blank.

Knock, knock.                 there?
  1. who's
  2. whose
 
4. 
Choose the word that best fits in the blank.

                stinky socks are these?
  1. who's
  2. whose
5. 
Choose the word that best fits in the blank.

                turn is it to do the dishes?
  1. who's
  2. whose
 
6. 
Choose the word that best fits in the blank.

I don't know                 coming to the party.
  1. who's
  2. whose
7. 
Choose the word that best fits in the blank.

                fault is it?
  1. who's
  2. whose
 
8. 
Choose the word that best fits in the blank.

                going to clean up this mess?
  1. who's
  2. whose
9. 
Choose the word that best fits in the blank.

                house is this?
  1. who's
  2. whose
 
10. 
Choose the word that best fits in the blank.

                the person in the pink dress?
  1. who's
  2. whose

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