who vs whom


we are who we were- the formative years

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We are who we were - the formative years
asked May 14 '13 at 02:47 munny narang New member

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This sentence doesn't make a lot of sense without the full context, but 'who' is the proper word. When the linking verb 'to be' is used, the nominative case will be used on both sides of the verb. Your sentence should end in a period.

link comment answered May 14 '13 at 13:49 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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