Who vs. whom is the subject of the day. There are several easy tricks to help you choose the best option:
- Who DOES something (it’s a subject like she or he) and whom has something done TO it (it’s an object like her or him).
- Try substituting another pronoun such as she/her or he/him
- A preposition (such as “by,” “for,” or “to” often comes just before whom. For example, “For Whom the Bell Tolls”
- Ask yourself who is doing what to whom
More grammar fun coming tomorrow. Stay tuned!