Correct Use of Case


Two of the cases we use in English are nominative, used for subjects of sentences and clauses; and objective, (a combination of accusative and dative used in other languages). We use the objective case for direct and indirect objects. This comic is rather low-brow, but I approve of the title.

“Who” is nominative. It’s the subject of the sentence. “Whom” is objective; its the direct object.

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