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Thread starter boggiee Start date Dec thinking about who?, Hi, - What are you thinking about? I could not decide which one I must put, who or.
Could you check which one is OK? Last edited: Dec 27, VicNicSor Banned Russia. So, you're thinking about whom to marry.Cum Taste This Sexy Hottie
But I wonder if it isn't an odd sentence -- with " whom to marry " acting as a thinking about who? phrase. Cenzontle Senior Member English, U. As VikNikSor says, the grammatically correct form "whom" depends on "to marry" being transitive; it has nothing to do with "thinking about".
But in conversation, most English-speakers avoid "whom" and would say "I'm thinking about who to marry". I don't know who you mean.
Thinking About Who Should Care. by seanlow on September 12, Maybe you are the lucky artist whose phone never stops ringing with amazing. THINKING ABOUT WHO YOU ARE: SELF CONCEPT. I was at an adventure playground when I saw two children playing on a particularly tall climbing frame. 4 days ago I’m thinking of moving to San Francisco. to remember someone or something: (Definition of think about/of someone/something from the Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press).
I don't remember who she was speaking to. There were thirty people in the room, half of whom were women. Here you must use.Going Through Divorce Dating
Fictional Senior Member India - Hindi. Here are my 2 cents on who vs whom matter: I completely agree with e2efour.
I am thinking about who(m) to marry. I could not decide which one I must put, who or whom. 'Whom' fits like a glove, but I am not sure of the. Think about the people in your life who you actually care about and who care about you. Those are the opinions that matter. And if you choose. THINKING ABOUT WHO YOU ARE: SELF CONCEPT. I was at an adventure playground when I saw two children playing on a particularly tall climbing frame.
I think whom is very formal and should be neglected when speaking; the only time I would use a whom is after a preposition. You must log in or register to reply.