What is the difference between who and whom usage ? give example for each
Who paid for the meal?
(Who is the subject of the verb to pay.)
I have not seen the man who lives in the hut by the beach for a week.
(Who is the subject of the verb to live.)
I wonder who is in charge.
(Who is the subject of the verb to be; i.e., who is.)
Sarah gave the tickets to who?
(Sarah is the subject of to give, but who is not the subject of any verb. Therefore, you cannot use who. It should be whom. This is like saying Sarah gave the tickets to he. )
Do you know the boy who rang the bell?
Who is that man?
You gave that book to whom?