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I like how you do your lines. It is rather powerful and has great variation (which makes it interesting, I find). However, there are a ...

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So, if you are like me, using who/whom was always a challenge.  I'd get long explanations about verb tenses, and the moon cycle, and wether or not a chicken was within a 10 mile radius.  

But, the truth is really simple: turn a statement into a question, then answer it using he/him.

ex) WHO is ready?  HE is ready.  => Who is okay!
     WHO are you waiting for?  I'm waiting for HIM.  => Whom is the best option.

So, if the answer ends with an M (him), then your who should too!  (WHOM!)

Like anything in English, it works most of the time but doesn't others.  I'd say, it's the best way to know without actually knowing any grammar!

Now, go out there and find out for whom the bell tolls!
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SDMcCarty
S. D. McCarty
Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
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Artist, Writer, Translator. Newly: a graduate student.
Loves comics, manga, games, a good spar, and a nice glass of libations. Highly ticklish.
Please feel free to contact me about anything. I will try to answer as soon as possible!
日本語でも大丈夫ですので、遠慮しなく、よろしくお願いします!
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So, if you are like me, using who/whom was always a challenge.  I'd get long explanations about verb tenses, and the moon cycle, and wether or not a chicken was within a 10 mile radius.  

But, the truth is really simple: turn a statement into a question, then answer it using he/him.

ex) WHO is ready?  HE is ready.  => Who is okay!
     WHO are you waiting for?  I'm waiting for HIM.  => Whom is the best option.

So, if the answer ends with an M (him), then your who should too!  (WHOM!)

Like anything in English, it works most of the time but doesn't others.  I'd say, it's the best way to know without actually knowing any grammar!

Now, go out there and find out for whom the bell tolls!
  • Mood: Zeal

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:iconleomon32:
leomon32 Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Thanks for the watch
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mojojo1984 Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Happy B-Day!
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DEANJENO--art Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2014  Student General Artist
I know this is a late....some months late.....but....

Thanks for the llama !!!!! :happybounce:
Wakko Nom much appreciated :)
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anoukbd Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014  Professional
Thanks for the watch darling :D
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Quincy--Jones Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much for your critique on my piece. There's no need to fear as long as YOU know that you mean no harm, when doing a critique. :) You've really helped me, and I'm honored that you wanted to spend some of your time on my art. Take care!
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