WHOSE? Learn a simple trick to see which one you should use in a sentence. These two commonly confused homophones sound the same, but the meaning, spelling, and usage are completely different. I’ll show you exactly what they mean and how to use them. By knowing which one is a contraction and which one is possessive, you will feel confident when writing texts, emails, or essays for the IELTS, TOEFL, or other English proficiency exams. By the way, if you rely on autocorrect to help you, it often gets this wrong! In fact, sometimes it will automatically change your correct usage into the incorrect one, so pay attention and stop relying on these imperfect tools. The only tool you need is your own mind. To continue upgrading your English easily and quickly, take my online course, Correct Your English Errors in 10 Minutes a Day.