Practice 2: Using “Who” and “Whom” | Basic Level
Based on this lesson, complete each blank to ask a question using “who,” “whom,” or “whose.” Use the answers as clues.
For this practice, you must make the difference between “who” and “whom.”
When finished each sentence, click “Answer.”
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Whose car is that in front of the house?
Whose birthday is it today?
Who are those gifts for? (informal)
Whom are those gifts for? (formal)
Who is this birthday party for? (informal)
Whom is this birthday party for? (formal)
Who is coming to Tom’s party?
Who is that man in the coffee shop?
Whose laptop is that on the table?
Who is Tom talking to? (informal)
Whom is Tom talking to? (formal)
Who is Tom playing chess with? (informal)
Whom is Tom playing chess with? (formal)
Who is winning the game?
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