The Decline of Whom?
March 25, 2013
It’s a common question: When should you use “who” and when should you use “whom”? LSA English Professor Anne Curzan explains traditional rules to consider when using these pronouns, revealing how to make an informed decision about which word to choose depending on to who—or whom—you’re talking.
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Video production by Rob Hess and Natalie Condon.
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