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    Question who or whom?

    What's the difference between WHO and WHOM? And I would like an example, cheers....


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    #2

    Re: who or whom?

    Who = nominative "Who is going to come with me now?"

    Whom = accusative "Does anyone know whom to contact?"

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    #3

    Re: who or whom?

    Subject (who)

    The man who gave me the card was my teacher.


    Object (whom)

    The man whom I gave the cellphone to was my brother.


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