WHO? And what about
WHO’S, which sound the same, but have different meanings? In this short lesson I’ll explain the grammar behind these four words, and show how they can be used in a sentence. And then you can test out your knowledge in the quiz.
Thanks a lot, Mrs.Gill
your 5-minute video-lesson was very useful
Thank you so much Gill. I got 10 correct out of 10.
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Amazing thank you very match
Small lesson that I had supposed to be easy but I made some mistakes in the quiz so I will have to refresh my memory.
Thank you, Gill! 10/10
Thanks, Gill, for your advice which is always needed!
https://www.engvid.com/5-minute-english-who-whom-whose-whos/#quiz —- Question 5 – Hi Gill, I am wondering on question 5 – Is it correct to say “To Whom It May Concern”? I have chosen it but it is wrong.
Hi – I’m not sure how that could have happened – I’ve just done the quiz myself, giving the same answer, and it’s listed as being correct. Would you like to try the quiz again? :-)
I`m very happy, because my English is each day getting better with engvid teachers`.
Thanks, Gill what you are doing is important in our life.
Thank you ma’am for this knowledge you shared with us.
Short and clear.
Thanks a lot!
Could you please create a lesson for the future progressive tense? It’s something that’s a bit difficult for me to understand.
Hi – thanks for your suggestion – I’ve added it to my future “to do” list :-)
That is great work every day I improve for your lessons
Thanks a lot for the insightful lesson.
Thank you so much.
I got 80% grade.
Thank you teacher
Thank you, now I know the difference between whose and who’s. the lesson was short and simple to understand.
Great teacher!!!!! I love the British accent :-)
Thank you very much for giving me opportunity to learn English madam.
thank you teacher
Thank you Ms.Emma, lovely lesson.
Thanks Mrs. Gill for your brief video,i had sort of confusions at first.
Excellent grammar lesson! Thanks!
very useful lesson.
Really, i appreciated!
That is a great work
Hi Engvid , in the 10th question and why did we choose the last choice instead of the 2nd one?
I scored 80. I like this site very much. I am Bangladeshi. I am a teacher. I want to learn English properly.