Wait! Is It “Who” Or “Whom?” And When Do I Use Each?

One of the trickiest grammatical rules is knowing which situations call for “who” and which for “whom.” The general consensus is that “who” is a subject and “whom” is an object, but it is more intricate than that. “Who” (or “to whom”) do we turn to for help? The amazing editorial staff at Merriam-Webster has the answer and it’s not as clear-cut as you’d think!

How do you use each?

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