Whom would you turn to for grammatical advice? Certainly not the writer of this headline from Yahoo! omg!:
But the concept of the article is so thrilling that I am willing to overlook the grammatical errors.
And I’m sure there are lots to overlook.
I would have missed that one. Only putting the “who” between “to” and “for” would give it away.
Should we say (in response to a ruffian), “Whom do you think I am?”
I actually hate the whole “who/whom” thing because when “whom” is used (correctly or not), it always sounds pretentious.
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