Mean Ol’ Schoolmarm – Who vs. Whom
By The Pioneer Woman on September 28, 2013
By Heather Sanders The question of whether to use the pronoun “who” or “whom” is often a struggle. While there is a shortcut I learned in middle school, let’s take a look at the grammar rule first. There are a few who say “whom” is an old school word that may nearly be shelved, but I still believe learning the grammar rules between “who” and “whom” is relevant, so where we go. . . .
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