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Fine, but as four native speakers (three of them teachers) have said, most people do not use 'whom' except after a preposition. Even then, most of us say, for example, "Who should I give the ball to" rather than "To whom should I give the ball?"who and whom
areboth refer to people.
who refers to the subject, whereas whom refers to the object.
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