Who vs. Whom
"(Who/Whom) are you going to interview?" Which pronoun is correct and why?
John, I think I have messed up this one. The verb is 'are going', not 'are.' This is the present continuous tense of the verb 'to go' and the infinitive (to interview) is part of the verb phrase. This means the correct word is 'whom', as the object of the verb phrase. Sorry that I missed this the first time through.
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