1. It's you who are/is to blame.
2. It' he/ him who is/are to blame.
Let me attempt before a member answers my questions.
For #1, I would say "It's you who are to blame.' One of my friends told me that it should be "It's you who is to blame." That makes me wonder.
For #2, I would say "It's he who is to blame." But my friend say it should b "It's him who is to blame." That also puzzles me.
I remember being taught my versions. My friend claims I am wrong.
Now I am in a maze.
I would appreciate it if someone could help me out. Thanks.
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