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The Case of “Who” Versus “Whom”


Strunk and White’s page turner of a read known as “The Elements of Style” continues. I’ve hit an iceberg here. The “Whom” and “Who’ conundrum.

We all tend to grapple with the use of who-whom, but I think we’ve got a good sample to remember by:

Who – refers to he.

Whom – refers to him.

Furthermore, Sandy likely does write better than I, rather than better than me.

Who knew? I’ve been using me more times than I would like to admit.

Carry on.