ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: WHO, WHOM, WHOSE? | level: Advanced



Fill in each blank with who, whom, or whose.
In everyday speech, whom is considered rather formal and old-fashioned. It's possible to use who instead of whom in many cases.



1. Could you please tell me (who/whom/whose) that was?

2. The men, two of (who/whom/whose) were drunk, walked very slowly.

3. The guy (who/whom/whose) computer I was using moved to Spain.

4. I know (who/whom/whose) did it.

5. She didn't know when the ESL book was written, or by (who/whom/whose).

6. I didn't know (who/whom/whose) book that was.

7. I don't know (who/whom/whose) gave you that information, but it's inaccurate.

8. The police expert was able to determine (who/whom/whose) fingerprints were on the knife.

9. These are some of the professors (who/whom/whose) have taught me in the past.

10. I have no idea (who/whom/whose) left the lights on all night.






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