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    who's or whose?




    The first red line sentence : should i use who's or whose ?

    The second red line : love the subjct or will love the subject ?

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    Re: please answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by r518 View Post

    The first red line sentence: should I use "who's" or "whose"?

    The second red line: "love the subject" or "will love the subject"?
    1. Use "Who's": it's the contraction of "who is".

    2. Use "love the subject": they are learning it now.

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    Re: who's or whose?

    Why is "subject" capitalized?

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    Re: who's or whose?

    I assume it's because it's replacing the name of the subject, which would be capitalised, but I see no need for the capital letter.

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