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Rule "whom (who)"

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Description: whom (who)
Message: Did you mean \1?
Category: Possible Typo (ID: TYPOS)
Link: https://languagetool.org/insights/post/who-vs-whom/
Incorrect sentences
that this rule can detect:
  • Whom paid for the meal?
    Correction suggestion: Who
  • He is demanding £5,000 from the elderly woman whom has ruined his life.
    Correction suggestion: who
  • John Kennedy, whom is dead.
    Correction suggestion: who
  • If this is still confusing, Please have someone whom is fluent (a personl able to express oneself easily) in American English review it.
    Correction suggestion: who
  • It is not a guarantee that whomever answers you will know enough to know when the names you’re using are Mac-specific.
    Correction suggestion: whoever
  • It is really hard to notice whom is talking to you.
    Correction suggestion: who
  • Whomever pays the price
    Correction suggestion: Whoever
  • These women had little to no difference in infant birth weight compared to the women whom did not undergo amalgam restoration during pregnancy.
    Correction suggestion: who
Correct sentences
for comparison:
  • With whom did you talk?
  • Whom did you meet?
  • The hall was filled with students, many of whom were girls.
  • Whom are you talking to?
  • Legion of Whom?
  • Whom is the speech trying to convince?
  • Moving on, whom does one ask to rate the sense of humour of an individual?
  • Ayaz said her that whom is she waiting?
  • Whom did Larry send to the store?
  • Whom is he trying to avoid?
  • Todd, whom Brooks called the "evil other", was the leader and most villainous...
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Check the following text against just this rule:

ID: WHOM_WHO [1]
Version: 6.4-SNAPSHOT (2024-03-04 16:45:55 +0000)