which; who; whom

which; who; whom
кому; кој; која

English-Macedonian dictionary. 2013.

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  • who - whom — Who and whom are pronouns. ◊ asking for information You use who when you are asking about someone s identity. Who can be the subject, object, or complement of a verb. It can also be the object of a preposition. Who invited you? …   Useful english dictionary

  • who, whom —    For those who are perennially baffled by the distinction between these two relative pronouns, it may come as some comfort to know that Shakespeare, Addison, Ben Jon son, Dickens, Churchill, and the translators of the King James Bible have… …   Dictionary of troublesome word

  • who, whom —    For those who are perennially baffled by the distinction between these two relative pronouns, it may come as some comfort to know that Shakespeare, Addison, Ben Jon son, Dickens, Churchill, and the translators of the King James Bible have… …   Dictionary of troublesome word

  • that, which, who — Of these relative pronouns, that is used to refer to persons, animals, or things; which to animals and things, not persons; and who (whom) to persons only. That is used in restrictive clauses (those that define and limit what precedes by… …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • who and whom — 1. Who is used as a relative pronoun (The woman who saw you) and as an interrogative (Who is there?), and whom is, formally, its objective form (The woman whom you saw / Whom did you see?). In all these uses who (or whom) refers to a person or to …   Modern English usage

  • Whom — Who Who, pron. [Possess. {whose}; object. {Whom}.] [OE. who, wha, AS. hw[=a], interrogative pron., neut. hw[ae]t; akin to OFries. hwa, neut. hwet, OS. hw[=e], neut. hwat, D. wie, neut. wat, G. wer, neut. was, OHG. wer, hwer, neut. waz, hwaz, Icel …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Who — Who, pron. [Possess. {whose}; object. {Whom}.] [OE. who, wha, AS. hw[=a], interrogative pron., neut. hw[ae]t; akin to OFries. hwa, neut. hwet, OS. hw[=e], neut. hwat, D. wie, neut. wat, G. wer, neut. was, OHG. wer, hwer, neut. waz, hwaz, Icel.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Who (pronoun) — The pronoun who , in the English language, is the interrogative and relative pronoun that is used to refer to human beings. The corresponding interrogative pronouns for non sentient beings are what and which , and the relative pronouns are that… …   Wikipedia

  • who */*/*/ — UK [huː] / US [hu] pronoun Summary: Who can be used in the following ways: as a question pronoun (introducing a direct or indirect question): Who s going to drive? ♦ I wonder who they chose to be captain. ♦ Who did you give the money to? as a… …   English dictionary

  • who — [OE] Who goes right back to Indo European *qwos, *qwes (source also of Russian kto ‘who’), whose neuter form *qwod gave English what. Its prehistoric Germanic descendant was *khwaz, *khwez, which has evolved into German wer, Dutch wie, Danish hvo …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • who — [OE] Who goes right back to Indo European *qwos, *qwes (source also of Russian kto ‘who’), whose neuter form *qwod gave English what. Its prehistoric Germanic descendant was *khwaz, *khwez, which has evolved into German wer, Dutch wie, Danish hvo …   Word origins

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