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    • Join Date: Dec 2005
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    #1

    whom

    John has been waiting for David for an hour.
    I want to make a question with "whom". I say "for whom has John been waiting? Can we bring "for" at the end of the question and use whom at the same time?
    thanks


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    Re: whom

    But your "For whom ..." is fine. It is the correct and grammatical form of the question.

    If you want a more colloquial way, then "Whom are you waiting for?"

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