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    • Join Date: Oct 2009
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    use of Whose in Noun Clauses

    Which ois the correct way of saying:
    I know whose that book is os I know whose book that is


    • Join Date: Oct 2009
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    Re: Use of Whose in Noun Clauses

    I would like to know which of these two sentences is correctly expressed:

    I know whose that book is
    I know whose book that is

    I presume the first is right, because it has the normal order : modifier+ noun

    Thanks in advance


    • Join Date: Mar 2009
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    #3

    Re: Use of Whose in Noun Clauses

    "I know whose book that is" is correct.

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