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We have just spoken to an architect who the management believes is best suited for the job.

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We have just spoken to an architect whom the management believes is best suited for the job.

She is one of those gifted artists who turn out one masterpiece after another.

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She is one of those gifted artists who turns out one masterpiece after another.

Your husband doesn't believe that you are older than I.

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Your husband doesn't believe that you are older than me.
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We have just spoken to an architect who the management believes is best suited for the job.no, "who" is the subject form

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We have just spoken to an architect whom the management believes is best suited for the job.I prefer this one; you could drop the "whom", though, since it's a defining clause.

She is one of those gifted artists who turn out one masterpiece after another. yes

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She is one of those gifted artists who turns out one masterpiece after another.no; the antecedant of "who" is "artistsé, in the plural

Your husband doesn't believe that you are older than I.

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Your husband doesn't believe that you are older than me. I think both can be used.
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Hi Pieanne,

In the second sentence, how can we determine whether the antecedant of 'who' is 'artists' or 'she'.
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Tricky. But I think I'd consign the management to a parenthetical role, with "who" as the subject of "is", i.e.

"We have just spoken to an architect who (the management believes) is best suited for the job."

MrP
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