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who is communicating to whom about
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Sender is communicating to the Receiver about the Message
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who's sayin' what to whom
Ask: who’s sayin’ what to whom
More details please? .-.
How did The communication begin?who do you think was very
Ask: How did The communication begin?
who do you think was very fast who started communicate?
whit whom and for whom?
Through Gestures and signs
Early humans could express thoughts and feelings by means of speech or by signs or gestures. They could signal with fire and smoke, drums, or whistles. These early methods of communication had two limitations. First, they were restricted as to the time in which communication could take place.
____ hat is this?A. WhomB. Who'sC. WhoseD. Who
Ask: ____ hat is this?
B. Who’s hat is this
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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 🙂
how did the communication begin?who do you think was the
Ask: how did the communication begin?who do you think was the very fast who started to communicate?with whom and for whom?
By the sender’s idea
The sender’s ideas is the reason why communication begins. Ideas where ask and used to communicate with other by sharing there thought and the listener/s will be the receiver the one who receives the messages.
for the kapamilya's who or whom?
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Who is the offender against whom
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Does "Whom" and "Who" Diffirent or not?Tell me why?(Make a
Ask: Does “Whom” and “Who” Diffirent or not?
Tell me why?
(Make a sentence with “Whom” Also)
How is whom different from who?
“Who” and is a subjective pronoun. “Whom” is an objective pronoun. That simply means that “who” is always subject to a verb, and that “whom” is always working as an object in a sentence. … For instance, “Whom do you like best?” It is the object of “like”
sentence: He saw the faces of those whom he loved at his birthday celebration. She saw a lady whom she presumed worked at the store, and she asked her a question. Here dwells an old woman with whom I would like to converse.
Mag kaiba po yan
kasi po ung whom parang uod na puti tapos binabalot po nila ung mga sarili nila pag nakaipon na sila ng maraming dahon at ginagawang malambot na tela pa brainlest nalang po
7. When planning a public speaking event, consider thatis the
Ask: 7. When planning a public speaking event, consider that
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