How to Pronounce Whom?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Whom" is [hˈuːm], [hˈuːm], [h_ˈuː_m].

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"Whom" in context

Whom is a relative pronoun and an interrogative pronoun. It is used to refer to a person, a thing, or an animal, and to ask questions about them. In English grammar, use whom whenever something is asked about the subject of a sentence, such as a person or people, a place or thing. For example, "Whom did you bring to the party?" In the sentence above, "whom" is used in place of "he" or "she", thus making it a pronoun and not just a word.

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