Matt

Joined: April 3, 2011

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Re: Whom are you?  •  April 3, 2011, 5:43pm  •  1 vote

"Who is it?" is correct, while "It is I whom you seek" is also correct, not "it is I who you seek". Whom always comes before the subject of the sentence ('you' in this case). But nowadays in cases whe

Re: The taller of her and...  •  April 3, 2011, 5:26pm  •  0 vote

'She' is used for the subject of the sentence; 'her' is used for the object. In "Karen is the taller of her and Lin", 'Karen' is the subject, and 'her' and 'Lin' are objects. So 'her' is correct.