I was wondering if there was a case in which "of whom" could be used where the prepositional phrase is taken off the end of the sentence and placed before whom.
For example something like:
This is John of whom Kim is taking care.
This sentence could be written as:
This is John whom Kim is taking care of.
which sounds more correct, but is the first example grammatically correct?
Re: Relative Pronoun
The first sentence is grammatically correct, but not natural. It is much more clear the second way, because "take care of" is understood as a phrase.
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