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    defining, non-defining relative clause - whom, commas

    A lot o tourists went on a trip to Delphi; most of them were from England. (WHOM)
    A lot of tourists, most of whom were from England, went on a trip to Delphi.
    Should I use commas here or not?

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    Re: defining, non-defining relative clause - whom, commas

    Quote Originally Posted by barnej0096 View Post
    A lot o tourists went on a trip to Delphi; most of them were from England. (WHOM)
    A lot of tourists, most of whom were from England, went on a trip to Delphi.
    Should I use commas here or not?
    Yes, you should.

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