Who vs. Whom
Do we use who or whom in this sentence. It makes a ton of money for BMY and its shareholders, most of whom are here in the states.
Whom is correct. Whom is always used after a preposition.
Grammar Girl has a tip, if you want to learn more about who vs. whom.
|link comment||answered Dec 30 '11 at 02:56 Jody M. Expert|
here is a fun link, whether you already understand the distinction between "who" and "whom" or not! after starting the e-lesson, the topic is discussed on page 5, but I would start from the beginning: www.linguicon.com/schools/students/grammar/grammar-2-050/
|link comment||answered Jan 10 at 19:49 esteban jonatan New member|
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