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How do you know when to use "whom" and "who"?
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Whom should be used to refer to the object of a verb or preposition. When in doubt, try this simple trick: If you can replace the word with “he”’ or “’she,” use who. If you can replace it with “him” or “her,” use whom.
Who should be used to refer to the subject of a sentence.
Whom should be used to refer to the object of a verb or preposition.
make sentences using relative pronouns which, where, who, whom, that.
Ask: make sentences using relative pronouns which, where, who, whom, that. (10) sentences each.
where your from
that your sister
that your fake friends
that your classmate
which do you like
who your daughter
sorry po yun lang
who are you where are you going
7. When planning a public speaking event, consider thatis the
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is the message itself, and is the audience.
a. who, what, whom
c. who, whom, what
b. what, who, whom d. whom, who, what
by the adverbs
make sentences using relative pronouns, that, which, who, whose, whom.
Ask: make sentences using relative pronouns, that, which, who, whose, whom. (5) sentences each.
that go and get me that cup
get that food from the microwave
she is that girl from the park
which which one of you did this?
which colour do you prefer?
which one looks better?
that is not the colour on which we decided on.
which one do you think you deserve>
who who is this?
who decided on this colour?
who did this?
who would have eaten the remaining fish?
whose whose the loser that punched my brother?
whose the one that sang just now?
whose going first?
whose ready to go?
Who, whose, whom, which, what and who are examples of
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Underline the correct interrogative pronoun.1. (When-Which) of the projects was
Ask: Underline the correct interrogative pronoun.
1. (When-Which) of the projects was approved by the teacher?
2. (When-How) is the submission date?
3. (What-Who) will be used as materials?
4. ( Whom-How) will this project be done?
5. (Who-What) is the group leader?
How to used who whose whom which that
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Who – refers to a person
ex. Who are you ?
Who is that girl ?
Whose – refers to a stuff/thing belonging to a person .
ex. Whose ballpen is this ?
Whose wallet is this ?
Which – What, of those mentioned or implied .
ex. Which one is bigger ?
Which one is better ?
Whom – What person or people; which person or people, as the object of a verb.
ex. Whom did you ask ?
To whom it may corncern.
That – an object/person that you are pointing to ; an object or person far from you .
ex. What is that ?
Is that Jenny ?
an interrogative pronoun is use to begin a question. use
Ask: an interrogative pronoun is use to begin a question. use this word. what, which, who, whom, whose, where, when, why, how
What is your order?
Which is the correct answer?
Who is she?
Whose bag is it?
Where are you?
When is the last time we meet?
Why did you fail the exam?
How is the trip to the dentist
when to use who and whom?
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When you were pointing to someone but remember that it depends on the sentence you will use 🙂
These are my friends ___ supported me all through all.
Ask: These are my friends ___ supported me all through all.
i dont know if this is correct