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Identify what sentence is using whom as an interrogative pronoun. 1. Whom did you forget to call? 2. Whom is your friend?
1. Whom did you forget to call?
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User: Identify what sentence is using whom as an interrogative pronoun. 1. Whom did you forget to call? 2. Whom is your friend?

Weegy: both 1 and 2.
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1. Whom did you forget to call?
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Because #2 does not use WHOM correctly. Whom is used when it's replacing an OBJECT in the sentence. 1. Whom did you forget to call? rewords to "I forgot to call HER." In this case, her is an object, so WHOM is used in the question. However, 2. Whom is your friend? rewords to "SHE is my friend." In this case, SHE is a subject, so the correct question wording is "Who is your friend?"
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Both the sentences are using interrogative pronoun
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this was flagged i just want to know between the two which sentence should be the answer?
Added 8/4/2011 9:55:28 AM
and why?
Added 8/4/2011 9:56:41 AM
Very good explanation nothinganon!
Added 8/4/2011 10:22:23 AM
the answer is 1.Whom did you forget to call? as explained by nothinganon
Added 8/4/2011 10:23:08 AM
thanks peeps! :)
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