- What's interesting about The Apprentice is that there's no way of knowing who's going to win.
- Then there's the blogger who's only blogging because he has no one else to turn to.
- God bless the occasional generous law firm partner who's at home to take the call.
- I join the end of the queue, nodding at a former stranger who's almost become a friend over recent months.
- He looks like an Essex car dealer who's just become an African tribal king.
- This is all the theory anyway, anyone who's frequented a pub knows that it doesn't really work that way.
A common written mistake is to confuse who’s with whose. The form who’s represents a contraction of ‘who is’ or ‘who has’: who’s going to feed the dog? I wonder who’s left the light on again? The word whose is a possessive pronoun or adjective: whose is this? whose turn is it?.
Definition of who's in:
- The British & World English dictionary