#1
To all whom are uncertain, please read this.
I could write songs as bad as Wham's if I really felt the urge to, but what's the point? - RS
#4
Sorry if that's ambiguous, in that sentence, should I use who or whom?
I could write songs as bad as Wham's if I really felt the urge to, but what's the point? - RS
#5
In your original post, you should have used 'who'.
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whomevers name is toby, why don't you take a letter opener and stick it in your skull
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#13
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For Whom the Bell Tolls?


no, thats different, there "whom" is governed by the preposition "for". in this case who should be the subject of the verb "are". "all" is being governed by the preposition "to" and "who" is the relative pronoun which is the subject of "are" and refers back to "all"

thats all the answer you need