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    Use of "to whom"

    Dear Teachers,

    Which of these expressions is correct :

    1) It's not I to whom you should apologize.

    2) It's not me to whom you should apologize.


    Thank you in advance.
    Best regards.

    Erasmo


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    2) is correct.

    You can also say "It's not me you should apologize to".

    FRC

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