muchmorethanmuscle said[quote][cite]Pattison said[/cite]I've never been into fem guys. Gay acting does nothing for me, or guys heavily into the gay community. I'm into regular guys whom live in the real world.
Mr. Pattison we need to go over grammar with you. It has to do with who and whom. You use whom all the time and it's not correct.
Whom is an indirect object that does not do the action related to the verb.
Who is a direct object and is the one doing the action related to the verb.
A good trick to remember is to turn your statements into questions and if it ends in him, her or them then you use whom.
He's the one whom I'm speaking with.
Whom are you speaking with? I'm speaking with "him."
If the question can be asked but requires the use of he, she or they then you would use who.
He's the one who is speaking. Who is speaking? "He is."
Who are these guys that live in the real world? "They are."
Grammar Gurl told me to tell you this. She gets really upset easily over grammatical imperfections.
you would fund that the grammar in Australian English, may well not be the same As American English. Both of our country's have bastardised the Queens English.
Aussie Actors whom work for Hollywood are forced to loose their Australian Accent, and such so the yanks will understand them. Yet we do not get the same consideration from Americans down here, nor force them too talk like an Aussie, or an Australian.
But One thanks you anyhow. But One is also not going to change just because an American does not understand, or like it.
But thanks anyhow. Crammer curl is just goin to ave to build a bridge, an get over it.