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  • Who, Whom or Whose Video and Exercise 2

    Ok, we’ve got a few more details to add to our original Who, Whom, Whose post. With this lesson, we’ll show you how to use Who, Whom and Whose with indirect questions and adjective clauses.

    Try these first exercises, then watch the video to get the answers and learn more.

    Choose Who, Whom or Whose to complete the sentence.

    1. I don’t know (who, whom, whose) rides the green bike.

    2. I’m not sure (who, whom, whose) Hannah visits on Friday.

    3. No one knows (who, whom, whose) bike that is.

    4. I went to school with the man (who, whom, whose) rides the green bike.

    5.  Hannah’s grandmother, (who, whom, whose) she visits very Friday, is 95 years old.

    6. Hannah, (who, whom, whose) grandmother is sick, took a few days free from work.

    Who, Who or Whom Advanced Video:

     

    More Who, Whom and Whose Exercises!

    1. I don’t know (who, whom, whose) turn it is to wash the dishes.
    2. No one knows (who, whom, whose) left such a terrible mess in the kitchen.
    3. Jeremy, (who, whom, whose) never helps with the chores, probably did it.
    4. Terry, (who, whom, whose) best friend is visiting, has been out all weekend.
    5. Juan, (who, whom, whose) Terry went to college with, lives in Mexico.
    • Eduardo

      Whose,Who, Who,whose,whose

      • LOIEnglish

        You had trouble with number 5. It should be who rather than whose. Remember ‘whose’ is for possessive.

        • Pascale

          I don’t understand why WHO for number 5. I can say “Terren went to college with HIM’, so I would choice WHOM.

    • nandira

      I don’t know whose turn is to wash the dishes