"With Whom?" And "Who With?"
Does anybody know at what point in the history of English (in England) it became...
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Relative Pronoun Definition: He 'What...
What are the rules for using "what" in the way I did in this thread title? I first...
Who Or Whom (Yet Again, Sorry)?
I've read through many of the previous posts on this subject (such as this one)....
Grammar?
Dear teachers, “The family soon settled into a relaxing routine. Each morning...
Who Or Whom Do You Love?
which is correct? in addition, please consider that whom is suppose to be used as...
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Who/Whom?
I decided to vote for whoever called me first. I=subject decided=main verb to vote...
Phineas Redux (Tenses)?
Dear MrP, This is one passage you sent me taken from the book. I put the verbs...
'Most Of Whom' Vs 'Most Of Who' ... HELP...
Why do we say 'most of whom' instead of 'most of who?' I was editing a paper today...
Whom/Who Prep?
"Who are you talking to" "whom are you talking to" "Who are you working with" ...
Preposition Quandary?
Hi, Please check these. 1.With which questions did you have most problems? -- putting...
Preposition+Which/Whom?
Hello Teachers, 1.This is the train ------ I came.(by which). 2.The people ...
Whom With Those?
Would "whom" be the write usage in the types of sentences, where there is a preposition...
Relatives Pronouns Transformations?
Hello. I'm a little bit puzzled with some relatives pronouns, when they don't go...
Real Or Unreal?
Hi, If you have an if-clause like the one below, does it have to be unreal and...
Pronoun Question?
Why is the rule that one is to use the possessive pronoun with a gerund? And can...
What Does 'Among' Mean In This Sentence...
< It is necessary to understand the culture of the people among whom the event...
How To Get A Better Handle Of This?
Hi, Whenever I encounter the sorts of phrases like the underlined part where a preposition...
Separate The Sentence?
Hi, Can you separate the following sentences like the example I gave? I am trying...
Adjective Clause?
The men with whom were having discussion did not seem very friendly. In the sentence...
Modifying Preposition?
Hi Is it acceptable in formal English to modify a preposition, as in the ff. sentences...