Who vs. Whom

Are you confused about when to use Who versus Whom? The answer is actually pretty straightforward. Who is always the subject of a verb. Whom is never the subject of a verb. But if that’s equally as confusing to you, here’s a quick tip that’s easy to remember: He = Who / Him = Whom. Take these sentences for example:  

___ went to the park today? (He did, so you would use the word who.)

With ___ did she go to the park today? (She went to the park with him, therefore you would use the word whom.)

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