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I should probably point out I don't know the answer
but I would have went a b b
whom is accusative case of who - many English pronouns still decline
and might well govern the ablative - 'met with' etc
but 'whom' is also ablative iirc, c.f. 'with whom'
so yeah, whom
is to use "who" in all contexts and dispense with "whom" altogether.
"the man with whom you arrived", althought that could be rephrased as "the man who you arrived with" or even "the man you arrived with"
but I doubt they were this high!
I've got a semi
colon question too, but I'll leave that for another day
is that a heading from your last email?
I'd have preferred: "Out of the following, which is grammatically correct?"
bit too much banter in here and not enough grammar
There's grammar in literally every post. Some good, some bad. Like the banter.
read on a tripadvisor review today that someone 'took the inchoative'