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How to use "whose" and "whom"? what is the differences, in what situation it would use?
What is the differences between "someone" and "some person", in what situation both can be used?
What is the differences between "other person" and "other people", in what situation both can be used?
What is the differences between "anyone" and "anybody", in what situation both can be used?
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whose/whom - do you know the difference between his and him? Why don't you write a couple sentences in which you try to use them.

someone/some person - how would you like to use "some person"? It's more common to use "someone."

other person/people - person is singular and people is plural

anyone/anybody - very little difference.

Really the best thing to do is write a few sentences.
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Grammar Geekwhose/whom - do you know the difference between his and him? Why don't you write a couple sentences in which you try to use them.
Really the best thing to do is write a few sentences.
Not really understand what u mean "write a few sentences", is it write a few sentences when next time i post OR to understand how to use those word, write a few sentences?
Hi falconLee,

GG suggests you write a couple of sentences using the words you're having problem with and if they are incorrect, she or other native speakers will help correct them.
Yes, exactly. And a belated welcome to the forums, falconLee.

This is the man to ___ I wanted to introduce you.

This is the man ___ car I thought we might want to buy.

Which goes in which? Can you make up a few more sentences using each one?
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