April from Ohio posted a question on Facebook regarding the proper use of the word who’s. She knows it’s a contraction for who is, but she wondered if it also works for who has.
Who’s is a contraction for who is and who has. Same logic applies to he’s - she’s - it’s - what’s.
Who’s been leaving toys all over the house?
She’s been doing homework all day.
What’s George been doing for the past five years?
It’s been a while since we’ve been to the beach.
Thanks for the great question, April.