/ like dogs. We went to see her.
Dogs don’t like me. She came to see us.
This is Mr Perkins, who works with me.
This is Mr Perkins, with whom I am working at the moment.
- ‘Who’s that?’ ‘It’s me. ‘
‘Who said that?’ Him. ‘
In a more formal style, we prefer to use a subject form with a verb.
‘Who said that?’ He did ‘
- Who did you go with?
Who have you invited?
We use whom in a more formal style; and we must use whom after a preposition.
- Whom did they arrest? (formal)
With whom did you go? (very formal)
- My sister’s nearly as tall as me.
I’m prettier than her.
Everybody but me knew what was happening.
Everybody except him can come.
Subject forms are used in a more formal style (usually with auxiliary verbs) after as and than.
- My sister’s nearly as tail as I am.
I’m prettier than she is