WHO, WHICH, or WHOSE?
Fill in each blank space with
is generally used for people,
- for things, and
indicates possession (ex: "the man whose wallet I found").
1. The man
) house we stayed in is my uncle.
2. At first, I couldn't tell
) he was, but then I recognized him.
3. The guy
) sold me my car is a crook.
) pen did he give you? A: The blue one.
5. I couldn't decide
) camera was right for me.
) turn is it to wash the dishes?
7. I can't decide
) the best candidate is.
8. His last book,
) I didn't read, was very successful.
9. I don't know
) song that is, but it's not theirs.
10. My friend John,
) doesn't speak French, had trouble communicating in France.
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