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In the sentence, "Most of us are writing about someone whom we admire."

Can you please help me identify the nouns, pronouns, and adjectives?

I get:

Most-pronoun

us-pronoun

someone-adjective

whom-pronoun

i'm guessing whom is a relative pronoun by deduction. what exactly is a relative pronoun? i know it has to do with subordinate clauses but that part isn't until later.
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Anonymous
I get:

Most-pronoun

us-pronoun

someone-adjective

whom-pronoun

I agree except for "someone" which is a pronoun.
Anonymousi'm guessing whom is a relative pronoun by deduction. what exactly is a relative pronoun?
I agree.

See http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/645/01 /
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so you can have two pronouns back to back? is that considered a pronoun phrase?
Anonymousso you can have two pronouns back to back?
Well, you could say "... writing about the man whom I admire", where "man" is a noun and "whom" is a relative pronoun, and I don't see any fundamental difference with "someone" being a pronoun in "... someone whom we admire".
Anonymousis that considered a pronoun phrase?
It seems reasonable to me to call "... someone whom we admire" a pronoun phrase, but I'm not 100 sure about the terminology here.