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Is it correct to say guess who we saw today?


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Answered 2008-10-23 20:37:36

Yes.

"Guess who we saw today" is a command, and is considered acceptable grammar. actually, that person is wrong. It is actually incorrect. Though it is a command, since the person "who" is the direct object and is not the subject, it would then be changed to whom. So the correct answer would be, "Guess whom we saw today." I know, strange sounding, but it is grammaticaly correct.

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