Is this correct
since it is used to start a sub clause is it who or whom?
The next weeks and even months went by in a blur, but this day marked my transition to adulthood and changed who I was forever.
'Who' is correct. You are using it with a form of the verb 'to be'. This linking verb uses the nominative case on either side of the verb.
I would put commas around the phrase 'and even months'. This gives a slight pause and treats it as a parenthetical expression. If you were to remove 'even', the commas wouldn't be needed.
The next weeks, and even months, went by in a blur, but this day marked my transition to adulthood and changed who I was forever.
|link||answered Oct 06 at 17:32 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow|
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