Who vs Whom


In whom I have hugged and whom I have failed to hug

Are these supposed to be "who's" or "Whom's?"

See example:

Well can't wait to run into you guys.
asked May 01 '13 at 20:50 samer naoum New member

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Both should be "whom."  Whom is an object pronoun that corresponds to me/you/him/her/them while "who" is a subject pronoun that corresponds to I/you/he/her/they.

link comment answered May 03 '13 at 11:45 Kimberly Expert

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