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    whom to do and who to do. Are there any differences?

    1. Whom to meet is the question.

    2. Who to meet is the question.

    3. The problem is whom to meet.

    4. The problem is who to meet.

    5. I've decided whom to meet.

    6. I've decided who to meet.

    Are there any differences between whom to do and who to do?

    Or are they definitely interchangeable?
    Last edited by wotcha22; 06-Jun-2014 at 03:55.

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