This activity offers a new twist
on learning when to use WHO and when to use WHOM
. Students learn a method that most find easier to understand and apply
than the traditional textbook approach.
The 3-page printable
• a number of explanations of how to use the concept
• easy-to-understand examples
Then students apply their knowledge with a section of 25 fill-in-the-blank questions
Also included is a separate answer key.
This classroom-tested activity has been used successfully in middle school, high school, and college classes. Created by Susan Thurman.
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