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    #1

    Whom and who

    "Whom did he get married to" or "Who did he get married to".

    "Whom do you want to speak" or "Who do you want to speak to". Which one is correct?. I am confused how to use "Whom and who". I mean where to use to while using them.

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    Re: Whom and who

    Millions of native speakers spend an entire lifetime without ever using 'whom', tufguy.

    Don't worry about it. If you are really desperate to find out, click here to read dozens — perhaps hundreds — of threads on the topic.

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