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whosepronoun

  • ja誰の、誰のもの
  • enused when asking to which person or persons a thing belongs to

Examples

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Whose are these?
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Mine.
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Oh, my god, whose baby is that?
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That would be mine.
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Guys, get in here.
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Ron has a baby.
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Whose butt is that?
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Mine.
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Hi, Ron.
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Whose club do you think is better, yours or mine?
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The answer is mine.
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Whose blood is that?
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Tom, whatever you've done, it's not you.
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He's making you do this.

Other meanings for whose...

whosepronoun

  • ja誰の
  • enused to specify or to add information about which person or thing you are mentioning
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I know, Cynthia, let's start a club.
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It's called 'The Club For All People Whose Name Isn't Tommy.'
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We know no king but the king in the north whose name is Stark.
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Shout out to anyone whose save list is like 200 items.
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That's me.
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That girl running up the aisle, stop her!
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That's the girl whose voice you heard and love tonight.
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We're gonna make spaghetti tacos!
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A dish invented by my brother Spencer.
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Whose real name is Latisha McPeanuts.
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Oh, oh, I know someone's whose husband just died.
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I'm working so much harder than you on this trash talk
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and I'm the one whose feelings are getting hurt.
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So there's a family in Athens, Georgia,
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whose story is a real-life version of Mark's movie 'Instant Family.'