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    You didn't tell me who's picture as it. I mean the lady looks like some one from india?

    the above context makes any sense or not.Please help

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    Re: picture

    Quote Originally Posted by meela View Post
    You didn't tell me whose picture it is. I mean, the lady looks like someone from India?

    Does the above context makes any sense or not? Please help.

    It makes sense, but "who's" means "who is". The possessive of who is "whose".
    It's like "it's" and "its". "It's" is short for "it is" while "its" is the possessive of "it".

    buggles (not a teacher)

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