Do you know when to use "who" or "whom"?
No cheating! No using Google or anything!
Most Helpful Girl
Who is a nominative pronoun. It’s used as the subject of a verb or complement of a linking verb.
Whom is an objective pronoun. It’s used as the object of the verb or the object of a preposition.
who can be replaced/answered with I, you, he, she, it, we, they.
whom can be replaced/answered with me, you, him, her, it, us, them.3
Most Helpful Guy
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.0