Poll: Don't forget about...

Don't forget about...

whom you've built the website for.
who you've built the website for.
for whom you've built the website.
for who you've built the website.

Statistics Stats

This Poll:

  • Votes: 332
  • Comments: 6
  • Added: November 2005

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Comments:

Genius86

I voted for the 1st answer which about35% of participants voted. I think it is more formal than the 2nd answer

nevar111

Oops... Try the third: "for whom you've built the website."

penny58

'whom' is correct - (try saying you built it for him/them, which tells you it should be whom) - and it's bad form to end a sentence with a preposition (for), so number 3 is correct.

penny58

Actually, the sentence would read better without the 'about'!

Matt Gaffney

The sentence is poorly written, but "whom . . . for" is the best of a poor selection..

chocku

I think third one should be correct

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