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Homework Help: Grammar (Writeacher)

Posted by Anonymous on Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 12:43pm.

Revise the sentences below in which "who" or "whom" is used incorrectly. Then, indicate how "who" or "whom" is used in each sentence.

1. To play Kick the Can, the group must make a decision about whom will be counting.
2. Everyone else must hide from the person who is counting.
3. It was Tom who we caught hiding behind the car.
4. Tara was the one from whom he was running.
5. We know whom will count next.
6. The boy who was hiding behind the tree kicked the can.
7. Who did he chase?
8. I wasn't the one to whom he called out.
9. Is Helen the one whom was chosen to be the counter?
10. Now we've lost track of whom goes next.

My answers:
1. To play Kick the Can, the group must make a decision about who will be counting. (subject).
2. Everyone else must hide from the person who is counting. (subject).
3. We caught Tom who was hiding behind the car. (subject).
4. Tara was the one from whom he was running. (object of preposition).
5. We know who will count next time. (subject).
6. The buy who was hiding behind the tree kicked the can. (subject).
7. Whom he did chase? (direct object).
8. ?
9. ?
10. ?

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