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    Unhappy relative pronouns

    Hello,

    I am reallly confuse about the use of (of whom and whom).

    Could you please help me?

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    Re: relative pronouns

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    I presume you mean who and whom. Who is a subject; whom is an object. HERE'S one place to start studying.
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    Re: relative pronouns

    Thank you for replying mister,

    but I did mean ¨of whom¨. A colleague of mine came today and in her exercise book there was this quizz, and between the choices there was¨of whom¨ and also ¨whom¨. when to use one or another?

    waiting for your reply


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    Re: relative pronouns

    Thanks a lot!

    I think I got it.

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