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15 October, 06:02

Which sentence is correct? Who's going to walk the dog today? Whose going to walk the dog today?

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  1. 15 October, 06:21
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    The correct answer is the first one, "Who's going to walk the dog today?"
  2. 15 October, 07:58
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    The first one. The word "whose" is possessive, whereas "who's" is a conjunction for "who is." So, the first sentence would be correct if you are trying to ask who is going to walk the dog today.
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