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    #1

    Cool whom I've been living with

    Hello everyone,

    I hope you had a lovely summer.

    Can you tell me which sentence is correct here, please? :

    -I'm married to Lisa, I've been living with for 15 years.

    -I'm married to Lisa whom I've been living with for 15 years .

    -I'm married to Lisa who I've been living with for 15 years.

    Thanks a lot
    WIll

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    #2

    Re: whom I've been living with

    I'd write it like this:

    'I'm married to Lisa, whom I've been living with for 15 years.'

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    #3

    Re: whom I've been living with

    I'd write:

    Either: I'm married to Lisa, who I've been living with for 15 years.
    Or: I'm married to Lisa, with whom I've been living for 15 years .

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