Do you know when do use "who" or "whom"?

Grammar test!

Do you know when to use "who" or "whom"?

No cheating! No using Google or anything!

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  • Just remember the M.
    Whom - him

    Although to be honest, I think "who" can always be used in casually. "Whom" just seems really formal to me. This is one of the many rules in grammar that I intentionally break because I don't like the sound of it. Very often going by the rules sounds too formal, and even awkward.

    Of course what seems formal is somewhat regional. I know there are things I say that sound perfectly fine where I live. But if I say the same thing in another part of the country I'll sound like a retard.

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What Girls Said 7

  • Yes, but for explaining it I would need to translate them in Romanian. 😂

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  • I'm not that great at grammar but with who and whom I've never had issues with. :D

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  • Yes I do. Most of the time. Some of time. Kinda.

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  • i think so

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  • I have no idea.

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  • I have no idea. They never taught me that in school.

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  • Yes I do.

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What Guys Said 11

  • Haha I learned about this last week. I was super confused so I searched it on web and now I know.

    Who is subjective pronoun while whom is objective

    eg :-
    "Who" is that old man?
    The men, three of "whom" are old.

    Tip :-
    If it's either “he” or “she,” then it's “who;” if it's “him” or “her,” then it's “whom.”

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  • Who is that person?
    To whom am I referring to?

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  • Friend, I have a degree in English and I haven't a clue without Google.

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  • Yeah. Whom is for British people 😁

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  • I'm not sure
    Whom did I send the cakes to?
    To Whom did I send the cakes to

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  • I went to 6th grade.. yes.

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  • To whom this may concern, by a show of hands, who the F cares about the usage. Lol jk jk👍🏽

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  • whom is when not talking about the subject of the sentence

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  • I know when to use "to" instead of "do" in the title of my question :-P

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  • Generally, no. Sometimes I guess right.

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  • Yes, I do.

    "Who" is never incorrect, however.

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