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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #127511: Who, Whom or Whose
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Pronouns | Relative sentences [Change theme]
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    Who, Whom or Whose


    Who, whom, and whose are interrogative pronouns (pronouns that ask questions.)

     

     

    1. Who is a subjective case pronoun; it is the subject of a sentence.

    For example: John cleared the table. (In this sentence, John is the subject of the sentence.)

                      Who cleared the table? ( Who takes the place of the subject John.)

     

    2. Whom is an objective case pronoun; it is the object of a sentence.

    For example: Sam gave the book to Mr. Hall. (In this sentence, Mr. Hall is the object of the preposition to.)

                       Sam gave the book to whom?  ( Whom takes the place of the object of the preposition, Mr. Hall.)

    Another example: Lily gave Jone a vanilla ice cream. (In this sentence, Jone is the indirect object of the sentence.)

                             Lily gave a vanilla ice cream to whom? (whom takes the place of the indirect object, Jone.)

     

    3. Whose is a possessive case pronoun; it shows possession.

    For example: This is Carl's car. 

                        Whose car is this? 

     

    Now, it's your turn to practise using these two interrogative pronouns!



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