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I'd like to know the right way to use "who" , "whom" and "which". PLease give me some examples.

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Hi Guest,

Try using our search feature. Search for who whom which.

Or just try searching for who whom. You will see that this is a commonly covered topic.

I hope this helps.

MountainHiker
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For an example: Did you get a response from the person, whom ( or who ?) we saw yesterday. To find out whether 'whom' or 'who' is the correct form, think of the answer to the question "we saw "him" or "he" yesterday. The correct answer of course is "we saw him " ( not "he"). So the rule is: wherever "him' is the correct answer then "whom" is the correct form in the underlined sentence above. So, the correct sentence is: " Did you get a response from the person, whom we saw yesterday."

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Mithra F.