Questions tagged with whom

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Who or whom and why?
In this sentence, was whom used properly or should i have used who? why?"Everyones favorite character on "Once Upon a ...
whom who grammar 0 votes, asked Nov 02 by Alexander Howard
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Asking about Who to Ask
What is the proper way of saying the following (and is there a colloquial vs. written difference?): Who can I ...
question asking preposition whom 0 votes, asked Sep 02 by Shiva Ashrafzadeh
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Who or whom?
Can you please help me understand the proper grammar for the following sentence? "You never know with whom you might ...
who whom 0 votes, asked Aug 31 by Mary Kelly
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Who or whom?
I know the rules for who and whom, but with this sentence I just don't know, I'm so confused... Should ...
who whom 0 votes, asked Aug 04 by confuse
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Who/Whom in a sentence with a list
Many tribes have legends of three interwined sisters who/m can never be parted, siblings who/m live together, eat together, and ...
who whom list 0 votes, asked Jun 26 by Steven Jacobs
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The old who/whom debate
Which is correct in this instance: Whom could be the winner? or Who could be the winner?
whom who 0 votes, asked May 22 by Michael Stevens
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Who or whom
Should I use who or whom in the following sentence? "She is a funny person who/whom I think would be ...
whom +1 vote, asked May 08 by Sofia
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Does anyone know (who/whom) he is?
Should I use "who" or "whom" in this sentence? I would be grateful if you could answer me! :)
who whom 0 votes, edited Mar 28 by Sanderyn
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who/whom as object of infinitive
I'm editing a book for an author, and his subtitle is "embracing who you are to become who [whom?] you ...
who whom linking direct Infinitive 0 votes, asked Feb 22 by Justin Jaquith
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Who vs whom
I know the basic rules for when to use "who" or "whom," but sometimes I get a little confused. For ...
subject pronoun object who whom 0 votes, asked Feb 12 by Joshua Neumann
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The attribution of characteristics that are transitive.
I have found an area of english where my brain seems to need a new grammar that doesn´t exist. I ...
who whom 0 votes, asked Jan 16 by Alan Faryna
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Who or Whom
I am writing an essay and am unsure whether to use who or whom. The sentence is: They are also ...
who whom essay grammar 0 votes, asked Nov 21 '14 by meghan
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Who or Whom?
Could anyone help me with this sentence? I'm not sure if I should use 'who' or 'whom' and the reason ...
who whom grammar Sentence 0 votes, asked Sep 18 '14 by Sierra
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who or whom
Is the following usage of whom correct? xx influenced where I could go and whom I could interview
who whom -1 votes, asked Mar 06 '14 by Sabrina
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who vs whom
ARGH. The age old question of who/whom. This me and to those who/whom need a little help breathing. HELP! ...
who whom 0 votes, asked Dec 18 '13 by Kara
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"Whom we are" vs. "Who we are"?
Hey, if I want to display a text about our company on a webpage. Which headline would be correct? Who ...
whom who 0 votes, asked Oct 07 '13 by Constantin Schreiber
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How do you use WHOM?
Ok, so I asked a question about whom before because I thought it was just super old English and someone ...
who whom use 0 votes, asked Aug 28 '13 by Lina Newbride
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Okay, so I really tried to find this answer on my own because I think I am getting better at ...
who whom question 0 votes, asked Aug 27 '13 by Lina Newbride
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who vs whom
Should who or whom be used in this statement: "Please let me know who/whom I should contact to rectify this ...
whom +1 vote, asked Jul 08 '13 by Brandy White
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Whom or Who?
Here is the sentence from my essay: Those who opposed this belief, such as abolitionists whom/who denominated the North, were ...
who whom essay history grammar +1 vote, asked May 11 '13 by Britney
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Whom or Who?
I have no idea whom you are. I have no idea who you are. It sounds correctly as who, but ...
english grammar help who whom 0 votes, asked Apr 26 '13 by Sheridan Harris
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"Who is going to the party?" - "My friends and me." / "My friends and I."
Which would be the right answer? I'm guessing the first one, because if you took out "my friends (and)," it ...
who whom Me or I 0 votes, edited Nov 22 '12 by Andrew Winters
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