When do we use the word " who " and when do we use the word " whom ". ?
so confused by this. can you use them in a sentence as well (?)
When your sentence refers to:"he", use whowhen it refers to "him", use whomI used the masculine form, but same goes with she/her ;)Who did that? Answer: He did it.Whom do you think it was? Answer: It was him.
Example sentencesTo whom ever this letter may concern ... Who are you ?
Who could that be knocking at my door? Mrs. Smith, whom I introduced to you yesterday, will be starting here next week.
"Who" is a lazier and faster way of saying "whom" and now it is often misused.
Who is used like this " Who are you?" And whom is used like " and To whom am I speaking to"