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    With which ,for which , to which and whom

    Could you please explain the following words and how to use them?

    With which, for which, to which, and whom.


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    Re: With which ,for which , to which and whom

    This is remarkably similar to your previous thread, which received several responses. What have you been able to find out about "with which" etc by consulting grammar websites or text books? Why do you need to know how to use them now? Has someone asked you to study them?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: With which ,for which , to which and whom

    It is not exactly like the previous thread because I did not mention "for which, with which, and to which". I did not want to post a reply for " for which ,with which, and to which" which did not mention in the title of the previous thread.Until now, I can not use whom and who correctly. As for your question, no one asks me to study them. I just want to write a longer sentence with different structures.The way I write sentences are simple. The difficulty arises because of the differences between English and my native language Arabic. If you want to close that thread and post in the previous thread , no problem. Thank you.
    Last edited by mrmvp; 27-Jul-2017 at 19:40.

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