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I'm a native English and Welsh speaker.


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comment What's the real meaning of this part of a poem?
Not sure I agree with the close votes - this isn't one of those "find the deeper meaning of the poem" questions.
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comment “Who wants ice-cream?” — Should I say “(not) I” or “(not) me”?
You'll almost never hear "whom did" (although I agree it's correct) from even very rigorous speakers, because the "m" running into the "d" makes it so much harder to pronounce than "who did". Those desperate to use "whom", I think are more likely to say "Eve kissed whom?"
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