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    tahasozgen is offline Junior Member
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    Using Whom Exercise

    I have a grammar book, and it has some exercises. However, since I have lost the key, I can not confirm answers. Can you check my answers and point whether they are correct or not.

    a) The woman pays me a fair salary.
    b) I work for her.

    My Answer: The woman whom I work for, pays me a fair salary.



    a) The man is over there.
    b) I told you about him.
    My Answer: The man, whom I told you about, is over there.
    I am not a teacher.

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    GoesStation is offline Moderator
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    Re: Using Whom Exercise

    Your writing will look fine to nearly every reader if you use whom only after a preposition.
    I am not a teacher.

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