Choose the best alternative for the underlined part 12.
F. NO CHANGE G. man whose H. man, who’s J. man that’s
The best answer is G. Choice G uses the pronoun whose, which properly sets up the relative clause modifying man. The other choices use contractions instead of pronouns, and some also introduce punctuation errors. Choice F wrongly uses the contraction who's for whose. Choice H makes the same mistake and adds an unnecessary comma. Choice J adds an unnecessary comma and wrongly uses the contraction that's.