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About "who and whom"
To whom do you want to meet? or
Whom do you want to meet?
To whom do you want to speak? or
Whom do you want to speak? In this sentence should use "to"
Who do you want to speak to?
Who do you want to meet to? please explain about "who and whom" I am always in confusion about "who and whom"
Re: About "who and whom"
When we are dealing with a grammatical object, (direct, indirect or prepositional), then the form is 'whom' - if you are being formal. However, most speakers of BrE have never used 'whom' in their lives. You are safe if you use 'who' all the time, except after a preposiion at the beginning of a sentence.
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