an indirect object
Give the letter to Mary. to whom?The letter is for Mary. for whom?
What is used for things. Whom is used for a person.
A direct object does answer what or whom.
A word that answers what or whom when, asked after the verb, is a direct object. An indirect object or an object of a preposition answers what or whom. A direct object, indirect object, and object of a preposition are nouns or pronouns.
A noun that answers the question "To Whom?" ot "To What?" or "For Whom?" or "For What?"
Whom = ος / η / ο . Hope that answers your question.
A noun or pronoun in the form of an object of a preposition answers what or whom. A noun or pronoun as an indirect or direct object also answer what or whom.
A direct object answers what or whom. ex: Give me a dollar. (give me what) ex: I reported him to the police. (reported whom)
Whatever take whomm for question form is to find out objects in the sentence. I play with my brother... Whom do I play with?
I would like to know the answer for! what? or whom? can you tell me if it is a gender or proper nouns. I would like to know the answer
A question with 'what' as the subject is answered with a noun for a thing.A question with 'whom' as an object of a preposition is answered with a noun for a person.
In terms of sentence construction it is called the 'subject'.
the holy spirit
The answer to "what" is a thing.The answer to "whom" is a person.The pronoun "whom" functions as the object of a verb or a preposition.The corresponding pronoun "who" functions as the subject of sentence or a clause.The pronoun "what" functions as a subject or an object in a sentence.
Market Systems have three factors, what (will be produced), How (will it be produced), for whom (will it be produced)
In speech and writing the answer to whom (and what) is a noun or pronoun. For example: Whom did John Doe accuse? Answer: He accused Bill Smithers. What did Jane Doe eat?Answer: She ate sirloin steak followed by raspberries with cream.
The indirect object in your sentence is Michelle. (It answers the question to whom or for whom.)
its a good job to find the answers whom u find difficult
A noun!Actually, that is true most of the time. Technically, it could be a noun -- or it could be an adjective.Direct objects answer the questions "What?" or "Whom?" relative to an action verb. Predicate adjectives or predicate nominatives (nouns) answer the questions "What?" or "Whom?" about a linking verb.Take for example the sentences below:George threw the ball.What did George throw? The ball. Ball is the direct object.George is a teacher.Whom is George? A teacher. Teacher is a predicate nominative (noun) because it renames George and answers the question "whom?"George is skillful.What is George? Skillful. Skillful is a predicate adjective because it describes George and answers the question "what?"
No it does not. Gender only answers the question, "Male or Female". It's purpose is primarily for statistical use.
Ask him a random question... I do this with a guy I like but he doesn't give me straight answers.
I am not sure about dating negative answers because I have not yet met a negative answer whom I could date.
A direct object is what receives the action in a sentence. It answers the questions what or whom.Ex:Susan is eating pizza.What is Susan eating?Pizza.Sally hugs John.Whom does sally hug?John