to answer my question i asked my neighbor who is from india, and who i felt comfortable asking queestions.
To answer my questions, I asked my neighbor who is from India, and who I felt comfortable asking questions.
I am assuming you want to know when to use who/whom. Who is the subject form of the pronoun while whom is the object form. Therefore, your sentence should read: To answer my question, I asked my neighbor who is from India and whom I felt comfortable asking.
|link comment||answered Jun 08 '13 at 03:58 Kathy Rexford New member|
Hero of the day
Person asked the most questions.