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Who vs. Whom Definition
Who and whom are commonly confused, but ‘who’ is used to refer to the subject of a sentence, while ‘whom’ is used to refer to an object.
Examples of Who vs. Whom
Some examples of when to use ‘who’ vs. when to use ‘whom’ would be the following:
- Elizabeth is the only student who got a perfect score on the exam.
- Who will be filling in for Mr. Bingham today?
- Anyone who buys five ice cream cones gets a sixth cone for free!
- To whom should I deliver this letter?
- Is Nestor the boy with whom you walk home from the bus stop?