Question #53036

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Feb 4, 2016

'Who' is the subject and 'whom' is the object.


'Who' stands as the subject of a sentence, as in "Who is cooking lunch today?".

'Whom' stands as the object of a sentence, as in "A plagiarist is the one whom I despise."
Who/whom gives rule whereby he/him can be substituted for who/whom to check which is correct