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Whom did you laugh at

Updated: 9/24/2023
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The correct interrogative pronoun is 'who' as the subject of the sentence. The interrogative pronoun 'whom' is the objective form. To use the objective form, the sentence should read:

At whom did you laugh? (the pronoun 'whom' is the object of the preposition 'at')

To use the pronoun 'who' as the subject:

Who did you laugh at?

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