Notice the two ways that
is written in this sentence - with an apostrophe and without. Follow the link below to find out why.
its & it's
When whose is used as a relative pronoun it is spelled
. It is spelled
if it's the contracted form of who is or who has. Follow the link below for explanations of all these terms.
whose & who's
ve been bottle-feeding
The combination of have, been and the -ing form of a verb is the present perfect continuous tense, used for things begun in the past that are still happening. Follow the link for more examples.
present perfect continuous tense
. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.