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# Proper Usage of Who/Whom

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15 Oct 2004, 07:31
Ok guys, I'm sure that as a bunch of us have been studying the sentence correction section of the GMAT, this issue has arisen.

Does anyone have a good explanation of when its appropriate to use "who" vs. "whom" in a sentence? Additionally, are there any clues within a sentence that would help you definitively chose who over whom or vice versa?

Please let me know if you have any good tips.

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15 Oct 2004, 11:07
This is an exhaustive explanation about who vs whom vs whose
http://webster.commnet.edu/grammar/pronouns.htm#who
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