vs. Whom Worksheet 1
People often misuse who and whom. Who is used for the subjective case, whereas whom is used for the objective case.
Example: Who is going to the beach?
To whom shall I write the check?
(Who, Whom) will you invite to the party?
(Whoever, Whomever) parked this car needs to move it.
There is a fifty-dollar reward for (whoever, whomever) finds and returns my dog.
(Who, Whom) is Elaine living with?
(Who, Whom) is that man at the end of the alley?
He is the kind of person (who, whom), my father says, will always be able to multiply his money.
Give the package to (whoever, whomever) the group elected.
To (who, whom) should I give this letter?
The parents of that baby, (whoever, whomever) they are, shouldn’t leave it alone.
Can you tell (who, whom) she looks like?
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