who/whom

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which one is it? it keeps making me changing it back and forth. IT IS VERY INCONSISTENT!!!!!!!!!!

See example:

Mr. Kodinski is not the mean person who they thought he was.
asked May 13 '13 at 22:01 Nalee Yang New member

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I believe the correct answer would be whom because whom is added then you are describing an object. In you sentence mr. Kobinski sounds like the object.

"they" in the sentence is the suject and if you where talking about the subject that's when you add who.

But the computer could get "mr. Kosinski" mixed up as an object and the subject. That's why you are having that problem.

But they way your sentence is worded I would add whom.

link comment answered May 17 '13 at 16:19 brandon helling New member

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