The Great Whoever vs. Whomever Debate


This video (starting at about 64 seconds in) does a pretty good job of summing up how people feel about grammatical issues like when to use “whoever” vs. “whomever.”

For the record, though, Pam is right. You use “who” when it is the subject of the sentence and “whom” when it is the object. So “whoever” does an action, and “whomever” receives it.

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