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    The book describes accidents for doctors.

    Hi
    The book describes accidents for doctors
    How to ask a question with who?
    Is this correct
    Who does the book describe accidents for?

    Thanks

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    Re: The book describes accidents for doctors.

    Quote Originally Posted by Over the top View Post
    Hi
    The book describes accidents for doctors
    How to ask a question with who?
    Is this correct
    Who does the book describe accidents for?

    Thanks
    Acceptable in normal conversation.

    A more formal vesion would be:
    For who(m) does the book describe accidents? I suspect that few people would use whom today

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