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- Whose is used to ask what person something belongs to.
- Whose is this? There's no name on it.
- Whose coat did you take?
- Whose is used to join a relative clause about a person or thing.
- Children whose parents smoke are more likely to smoke themselves.
- This is a country whose language is dying.
- The girl in the picture, whose name is Marion Russell, was from my home town.