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when do you use “whomever”?

when do you use “whomever”?

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  1. Lucifer
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    The word “whomever” is a contraction of “whoever” and “who”. It means “anyone”. If you use “whoever” you have to put “anyone” before it because “whoever” has no meaning by itself. It can be used to introduce an antecedent noun, as in the sentence “Whomever you are, please come here.” This sentence means “Anyone you are, please come here”.

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