When to use "who" and "whom"

By | October 19, 2013

Who versus Whom

"Who" is a subjective pronoun. It is used in place of a subject. For example "Who is the fastest runner?" In this example, "who" is the subject.

"Whom" is an objective pronoun. It is used in place of an object. For example, "With whom are you running with?" In this example, "whom" is the object of the preposition, and "you" is the subject.

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