Who vs. Whom

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3 thoughts on “Who vs. Whom

  1. Erin Dodds

    People that say and use “whom” colloquially sound…well you know. But now I’ve learned how to use it in writing! The comic was quite helpful.
    In school I never learned the parts of language like object or subject, which is actually very useful when learning another language, but here we are.
    By the way, I learned, but have not mastered using “whom”!

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