Who or Whom?
In this exercise, you will be presented with some sentences with a word missing. You will have to decide whether the missing word should be ‘who’ or ‘whom’. Remember, if you can re-arrange the sentence and put a subject pronoun (I or he) in the space, you should use ‘who’. If you can put an object pronoun (me, him) in the space, you should use ‘whom’.
To _______ did you send that letter?
I’ve no idea _______ was standing by the lamp post when the robbery happened.
_______ did you see lurking around last night?
With _______ will she be going to the ball?
I just can’t think _______ might have done such a thing.
_______ has left the fridge door open again?
He would not tell me _______ he saw in the shadows that fateful night.
We may never know _______ was responsible.
Grammar Exercise – Who vs Whom
Do the exercises below on too and enough and click on the button to check your answers.
Choose the correct answer (who or whom?)
- To have you offered the flowers?
- wrote that beautiful love poem?
- I just want to know made this delicious dish.
- Do you know the man is standing there?
- My parents will accept I choose as my husband.
- For are you buying this present?
- He is a kind of person for family is very important.
- Tell me, told you this wonderful news?
- The electrician I asked for assistance was helpful.
- gave you permission to get into this room?