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Who = he/she or them. I who = visualization of a group of two or more individuals where we are referring to a single person ( he/she).We who = visualization of several groups of individuals where we are referring to a single group.I who thinks = he/she thinks.We who think = they think.
"Not just I/me who thinks..." is correct."Not just I/me whom thinks..." is also correct.
Whom is the formal way of saying who.
Example: To whom it may concern.
Think of math.
X represents an unknown number (same goes for "y" and "z").Who represents an unknown person or persons other than ourselves.
October 7, 2012, 12:17am
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