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These messages are written by whom and read by whom?
do this sentence include any errror?
thanks very much for the efforts you 've been making to achieve a perfect English.
I use it more in writing, less in speech. It is true that now more people use "who" instead of "whom".
I use whom whenever it is necessary and required. In my country, English language exams are taken seriously and we are supposed to use this pronoun correctly ; we always have to know and demonstrate the difference between who and whom.
I used to use whom whenever it's possible in communication. But I don't think that if you use who instead of whom it means you are using slang. Am I right?
Because nowadays people kept chasing time, so they want to speak economically and quickly by any means.
If you are a non-native speaker, it's better to keep using whom instead of who, or else we might get confused... Just my opinion though
" This is the girl whom i met last night"
is the usgae of ( whom ) in the above sentence is correct..?