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Re: He interviewed several candidates who he thought had the experience an [#permalink]
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Jainamsavla wrote:
Bunuel Can you provide some explanation on this? I am still confused between Option A and Option B


Hello Jainamsavla,

We hope this finds you well.

To answer your query, "candidates" serves as the subject of the verb "had", as it is the candidates who perform the action of having experience and qualification; as such, the use of the object pronoun "whom" is incorrect.

We hope this helps.
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