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New trick to remember when to use who and when to use whom
Whom is end with the letter "m" and him also end with the letter "m."
When you are trying to decide whether to use who or whom, ask yourself a question. If the answer to the question is him, then use "whom" and it is easier to remember because they both (him and whom) end with "m."
1. If you are asking a question, "Who or whom do you love?"
The answer would be I love him.
Him ends with the "m", so you know to use whom.
2. But if you are asking a question, " Who or whom took my umbrella?"
The answer would be "He took my umbrella."
There is no "m" , so you know to use who.