2. should be "whom to disinherit".
Student or Learner
I have tried to use "dilemma" in my sentences. I am not sure if my sentences sound natural. Would you please correct my mistakes?
1. Hannah was in a dilemma about whether to seek divorce now or wait until the children grew up.
2. The old man was in a dilemma about to whom of his children leave the inheritance and whom disinherit.
3. Some parents are in a dilemma about sending their children abroad to study.
4. One of the most difficult moral dilemmas is over the death sentence and the right to take a human life.
You also need "to" before "leave".
He was in a dilemma about to whom of his children to leave his inheritance ...
(I would actually say "to which of his children ... and which to disinherit.)
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
I don't really approve of 'be in a dilemma' in sentences 1-3 You can use 'face a dilemma'.
Hannah faced a dilemma whether to...