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  1. frnia29
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    #1

    with whom

    Could you please comment if all of these sentences are correct, please.
    The person who I get on best with in my family, is my elder brother.
    The person I get on best with in my family, is my elder brother.
    The person with whom I get on best with in my family, is my elder brother.


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    #2

    Re: with whom

    Quote Originally Posted by frnia29 View Post
    Could you please comment if all of these sentences are correct, please.
    The person who I get on best with in my family, is my elder brother.
    The person I get on best with in my family, is my elder brother.
    The person with whom I get on best with in my family, is my elder brother.
    apart from the ill-used commas, all three seems fine to me.


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    #3

    Re: with whom

    Quote Originally Posted by svartnik View Post
    apart from the ill-used commas, all three seems fine to me.
    Isn't the last one wrong? I am not expert enough to give an advice to frnia29 but the last one seems wrong to me.
    I believe he should omit the second with and say:
    The person with whom I get on best in my family is my elder brother.
    I take the liberty of correcting you just because you might have not noticed that word.


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    #4

    Re: with whom

    The person with whom I get on best in my family is my elder brother.
    I was not attentive enough sorry

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