–Used when speaking about “he” or “she.”
1. He said he would do it. (Who will do it?)
2. She found the remote. (Who found the remote?)
–Used when speaking about “him” or “her.”
1. I told her to vacuum the living room. (Whom did you tell to vacuum the living room?)
2. Should I tell him? (Whom should I tell?)
“Who” and “whom” was always something I got confused with. I don’t think I’ve never used the word “whom” in my life because of it. Everything was “who” for me because I deemed that to be the right way all the time.
Of course now I have no excuses not to use these words the right way. And neither do you.