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What is the correct usage of “whom”?
Using “who” and “whom”

I'm not sure what the clause is called, but it usually describes something (such as Satan). I would think it's "whom" because, in this context, everyone is imagining him with horns. They don't imagine he with horns. That's how I reason it, but it's confusing at times.


What if it were: "...Satan, who/whom everyone imagines has horns"? Would you use "who" or "whom"?

  • Hmm, so, yes I guess it's a duplicate of those questions, but the answers from those questions don't really help me determine what the correct case is especially for my 2nd question. :|
    – rachel
    Jul 15 '11 at 16:42
  • for both it's whom. I don't have a rule, I go with what feels right, so I can't elucidate as to why. Jul 15 '11 at 16:59

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