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Thread: Not much


    • Join Date: Dec 2006
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    Not much

    At the Jan. 29 meeting, the association tossed around ideas as to whom to nominate to be their new faculty adviser, but settled on sending an e-mail to the college facutly to see if any of them are intersted in the position.

    Is the use of whom in this sentence correct?

    Thanks,

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    Re: Not much

    I think it is because it comes after 'to' functioning as a preposition. However, I would also happily say 'who' here.

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