using who or whom

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do I have to use whom?

See example:

Decisions tell a lot about who you are, and especially if they are made in a timely manner and under pressure, this is why I think this question is a good one.
asked Mar 27 at 01:50 Daniel Abreu New member

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As Sanjay said, 'who' is correct, but you have a comma splice in the sentence.  Put a period after 'pressure' and start a new sentence.

 

Decisions tell a lot about who you are, and especially if they are made in a timely manner and under pressure.  This is why I think this question is a good one.

link comment answered Mar 27 at 11:33 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow
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Who is correctly used in the sentence. 

link comment answered Mar 27 at 04:35 Sanjay Contributor

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