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Topic: WHO, WHOM, WHOSE? 1 | level:Intermediate/Advanced (B1-C1)




Fill in each blank with who, whom, or whose.
Remember that 'whom' can sometimes sound very formal. For example, it would sound much more natural to ask your mate 'Who would you like to speak to?' than 'To whom would you like to speak?'



1. (Who/Whom/Whose) listens to that kind of music?

2. I have three brothers, two of (who/whom/whose) are married.

3. The bloke (who/whom/whose) car I bought moved to Darwin.

4. David doesn't know anyone (who/whom/whose) speaks French.

5. I'm not sure when this cafe was opened, or by (who/whom/whose).

6. My neighbour is the one (who/whom/whose) window was broken.

7. The police are looking for the person (who/whom/whose) is responsible for this.

8. Philip was trying to figure out (who/whom/whose) jumper he had taken.

9. We talked with some of the professors (who/whom/whose) teach at the University of Queensland.

10. Do you know (who/whom/whose) sent that letter?








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