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whom remembers

got crazy and laughed all

its own digest  and where it bore fruit

and no other substitue

and how it felt its own

never ending… 50 more words


Grammar Goofiness

Knock knock.
Who’s there?
To who?
No, to whom.

This is one of those grammar quibbles that people often don’t get, and I understand that.¬†

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Whom just seems wrong

If you’re a conscientious writer who strives to be grammatically correct 100 percent of the time, but you still struggle with choosing between who and… 102 more words


This is for whoever wrote that

Whoever wrote this for the Yahoo! front page has a problem with grammar:

The pronouns whoever and whomever signal a dependent clause; the choice of pronoun to use depends on its function in the dependent clause. 17 more words