use of "who" and "whom"

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Is this the correct use of whom: Hopefully, we can see God’s faithfulness in maturing us and giving us a deeper understanding of whom we have become and how great our God is!

asked May 13 at 15:19 Nancy Fitzgerald New member

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You need to use the nominative case. At first look, 'whom' appears to be the object of the preposition, but the object is the clause. 'Become' is a linking verb and takes a predicate nominative - 'we' become 'who'.

 

Hopefully, we can see God’s faithfulness in maturing us and giving us a deeper understanding of who we have become and how great our God is!

link comment answered May 13 at 16:45 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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