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  1. Kaito-Hacker's Avatar
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    Who, Whom, Whose?

    What are the differences between Who, Whom, Whose?
    Under what kind circumstances should I use them?

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    Re: Who, Whom, Whose?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaito-Hacker View Post
    What are the differences between Who, Whom, Whose?
    Under what kind circumstances should I use them?
    Who is a subjective pronoun and is therefore in the nominative case.
    Whom is an objective pronoun and therefore takes the accusative.
    Whose is possessive. (Whose book is it?)

    You can find this explained (with examples) at:
    Who and whom

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