Apostrophes in Lets, Whose and Theirs

Let's and lets can both be correct, depending on what you mean. So can whose and who's. But theirs never takes an apostrophe. To avoid screwing these up, you need a clear understanding of contractions -- and when not to use them. Here's what you need to know.

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