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    she was such a little baby from whom you has grown to what you are now.

    Hello:

    Today, I showed my daughter's photo to her. I said to her: "Look at the photo, at that time you were a little baby, who has grown to what you look like now."

    Can I use "from whom" to express the same meaning like the sentence below?


    Look at the photo, she was such a little baby from whom you has grown to what you are now.

    I think the underlined sentence is grammatically correct, but is it good to use "from whom" here?


    Thanks.

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    Re: she was such a little baby from whom you has grown to what you are now.

    You sentence is unnatural and "has" cannot follow "you".

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