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    #1

    Whose .... ?!

    Hallo dear friends!

    Which one is correct?

    Whose idea is this?

    OR

    Whose is this idea?

    What made me confused that I found both of them in an English book!

    Are they both possible in English ?!

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    #2

    Re: Whose .... ?!

    * Not A Teacher *

    I think both of them are reasonable. And whose means لمن in Arabic.

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    Re: Whose .... ?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Shakespeare View Post
    Hallo dear friends!


    Which one is correct?

    Whose idea is this?

    OR

    Whose is this idea?

    What made me confused that I found both of them in an English book!

    Are they both possible in English? Yes, but the first is much more common.
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