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    Please correct the grammer

    Cost of cars whose accumulated depreciation is not registered in the company name.

    Please advise whether this sentence is gramatically right or not ( I belive that "whose" is only using for human beings)


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    Re: Please correct the grammer

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Cost of cars whose accumulated depreciation is not registered in the company name.

    Please advise whether this sentence is gramatically right or not ( I belive that "whose" is only using for human beings)
    The predicate is missing from the row of words for them to form a grammatical sentence. What does the sentence state?
    "whose" can refer to inanimate things too.

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