[Grammar] Both are smoking, Both of whom ,or whom.

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saloom2

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Hello everyone,

I would like to know which one sounds natural:


1) I have two sisters, both of whom smoke.
2) I have two sisters, who smokes.

And when we must use both of whom.
 

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I would like to know which one sounds natural:


1) I have two sisters, both of whom smoke. Correct.
2) I have two sisters, who both smoke.

Rover
 

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What does "I have two sisters, who smokes." mean?
 

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It's an ungrammatical sentence.

You could say 'I have two sisters who smoke'.

Rover
 
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