martes, 19 de noviembre de 2013

Who vs. Whom

Let´s see if this infographic helps you  understand the difference between the relative pronouns who and whom


Grammar.net [Infographic provided by Grammar.net]

2 comentarios:

  1. Whom is very formal and for many of us native speakers rather old-fashioned, and so a lot of us try and avoid it as much as possible. For example we're much more likely to say ''Who did you eat the pizza with than ''With whom did you eat the pizza,. and the same with 'Who are all these party hats for?' , which is much more natural than 'For whom are all these party hats?'.

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  2. Thank you very much for your feedback!

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