whose in a sentence

He is the man whose car was stolen.

He is the teacher whose son has stood first in the University examination.

She is the girl whose ring is stolen.

The sun whose rays give life to earth is a source of energy.

This is the girl whose marks are highest.

Whose turn is it ?

This is the actor whose acting is natural.

Whose car did you borrow yesterday.

This is the girl whose answers are correct.

Whose car is this ?

Whose baby are you ?

Whose pen is this ?

Whose house is this ?

A country whose leaders are die-hard cannot make any progress.

Whose office is this?

Please tell us whose book he used.

Whose side are you on?

Whose dog is barking on the road?

This is the boy whose father is an IAS officer.

Whose car did you borrow yesterday ?

Whose son are you ?

Whose pen is this?

He is the man whose brother met me yesterday.

Whose car have you purchased?

Whose book is he reading?

Whose house did you purchase?

Whose clothes did you borrow ?

This is the boy whose parents have died.

Whose shirt are you wearing?

I know the boy whose books were stolen yesterday.

Whose children are they ?

I am not sure whose mistake it was.

This is the lady whose daughter won the first prize.

Handsome is he whose actions are just and virtuous.

Whose child are you ?

Whose son is he?

In whose mind did this idea originate ?

Where is the book whose cover is red ?

By whose authority have you entered this building?

Tell me whose book that was.

This is the girl whose father was arrested for murder yesterday.

A nation whose teachers are dedicated, can never lag behind.

No nation can be great whose people are narrow in thought or in action.

The film is about a spy whose wife betrays him.

Tell me whose hat this is.

This is the man whose son stood first.

A nation whose teachers are dedicated, can never lag behind.

This is the boy whose father is an IAS officer.

The girl whose eyes are blue is very sweet.

He is the man whose house caught fire last night.

He is a well-known man, whose generosity is the talk of the town.

She is a girl whose eyes are brown.

Don’t use a phrase or an idiom about whose correctness and utility you are not sure.

Don’t use any uncommon or difficult word whose meaning you do not know.

This is the man whose brother was killed yesterday in an accident.

He is the boy whose father is a doctor.

I asked my friend whose car he bad borrowed the previous day.

In whose room did you find it?

I am not sure whose mistake it was.

She is the girl whose father died in the war.

Throw away the chairs whose legs are broken.

She’s the girl whose performance won an Oscar.

I know a poet whose poems are widely read.

That’s the woman whose son is sick.

He didn’t tell me whose car he was using.

Do you know whose car this is?

What’s the name of the man whose car you borrowed?

I have a friend whose father is an animal doctor.

I have a friend whose father is the captain of a big ship.

That’s the man whose wife died.

I know a girl whose father is a lawyer.

We met the people whose car was smashed.

This is the boy whose bag was stolen yesterday.

Those are the people whose car I repaired.

The other day we had a telephone call from a man whose wife was going to have a baby.

Tell me whose advice to follow.

Here are some words whose spelling may cause trouble.

He has a son whose name is John.

A child whose parents are dead is called an orphan.

I asked my friend whose car he had borrowed the previous day.

The woman whose flat was burgled spent the night at a friend’s house.

Police are a group of people whose job it is to enforce laws help with emergencies solve crimes and protect property.

He has a friend whose father is an astronaut.

He does not know whose it is.

I know the boy whose books were stolen yesterday.

I wonder whose car this is.

I wonder whose these scissors are.

Those students whose names have been called will begin their exams.

He is a poet whose works are widely known.

News agencies are firms whose business is to collect news.

I don’t know whose name to recommend.

Soon we saw a house whose roof was red.

He is the boy whose pencil I have.

This is the chair whose price is very low.

That is a man in whose statements you can depend.

This is the man whose cars were stolen.

This is the woman whose cars were stolen.

Tell me whose book that was.

An orphan is one whose parents are died.

She is a girl whose father is an army officer.

A republic is a nation whose head is not a king or queen

This book is for students whose native language is not Japanese.

There is, however, one plant whose fruit is commonly used by most people .

He is looking for his whose book he wants to borrow.

He is a poet whose works are widely known.

Please tell us whose house that is.

I talked to the teacher whose son is in my class.

Please tell us whose book he used.

These are the girls whose books were stolen.

He didn’t tell me whose car he was using.

Please tell us whose house that is.

Please tell us whose book he used.

My father uses an old dictionary whose cover has come off.

She has a daughter whose name is Mary.

They disputed about whose turn it was to take the trash out.

The boy whose book was torn complained to the Principal.

The girl whose father is a doctor lives here.

I know the persons whose houses were destroyed.

It has badly affected the people whose incomes are fixed.

This is the chair whose price is very low.

He knows a man whose daughter lives in Boston.

He does not know whose it is.

There can be students whose mind is more bent towards creative art-drawing painting or music.

What is that building whose door is painted white?

Birds are animals whose forelimbs evolve into wings and their body is covered with feather.

Is that the man whose wife was killed in the car accident?

That is the girl whose father is a doctor.

I know a woman whose first and last names are the same as mine.

Don’t use any words whose meanings you don’t know well.

I met your friend whose box was stolen in the train.

It’s an idea whose time has come.

This is the chair whose leg is broken.

Look at the girl whose hair is long.

It is only the luckiest whose dreams are fulfilled.

Here is the man whose leg was broken.

He is my friend whose name is John.

The lady whose only son is dead is sad.

That’s the man whose kids are so nice.

We met the sailors whose ship was wrecked.

I know the woman whose child was hurt.

There are many children whose mothers go out to work.

I met a woman whose purse was snatched by someone.

That is the book whose cover is in black and white.

No nation can be great whose people are narrow in thought or in action.

The house whose roof is green is mine.

I know the woman whose child was hurt.

The other day I met a man whose sister works in television.

A man whose wife is dead is called a widower.

I was feeling happy because I was on the verge of completing my school life successfully.

He was looking after a dog whose leg had been broken in an accident.

A woman whose husband is dead is called a widow.

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