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    Whom vs. Who

    This sentence has me second-guessing myself:

    There’ssomeone whom I think will be very happy to see you.

    I figured it was whom since they were being thought about by someone... but maybe that's not right?

    If anyone has any easy-to-remember rules, I'd sure appreciate it. Thank you for taking a look!

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    Re: Whom vs. Who


    There’s someone who (I think) will be very happy to see you.

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    Re: Whom vs. Who

    Quote Originally Posted by writekdjones View Post


    If anyone has any easy-to-remember rules, I'd sure appreciate it. Thank you for taking a look!
    How do you know when to use "who" or "whom" in a sentence?

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    Re: Whom vs. Who

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