These two words are often confused. We’re used to using apostrophes for possessives and this is not the case here, so this mistake is easily made. It is a similar issue to ‘it’s’ and ‘its’ and is very easy to read past and overlook in your own work. Here’s how to get it right.
Who’s is the contracted form of who is.
Who’s that wearing the magnificent scarf?
The Doctor, who’s a Time Lord, has a particular fondness for Earth.
Whose is the possessive form of who, it means belonging to whom.
Whose TARDIS is that?
It belongs to the man whose bow tie is very cool.
That’s it for who’s and whose, illustrated by Doctor Who. Any questions, thoughts or Doctor Who memes, you know who to come to! As always, please do like and share if this was at all helpful!