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    whomever?

    When do should use whomever or whoever?

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    Re: whomever?

    Correction: When should I use "whomever" or "whoever"?

    With the 'who/whom" words, "who" is in the nominative case (used for subjects) and "whom" is in the objective case (used for objects).

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    Re: whomever?

    Quote Originally Posted by smagallonp View Post
    When do should ​I use "whomever" or "whoever"?
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