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    Whoever vs. whomever: a clarification

    I was slightly concerned to note recently, with regard to a now closed thread, that no clear rebuttal or correction was made by any moderator to the following answer concerning the choice between Tell it to whoever lost the book. and Tell it to whomever lost the book. : But the computer, as...
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    Verbal Governance by Relatives

    I should like to take issue with those who, in a recent (now closed) thread, chose to defend the grammaticality of the construction *you, who has... as opposed to formally correct you, who have.... The grounds for this assertion are, apparently, that relative pronoun 'who' is to be regarded as...
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