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Jun 17, 2007 | 6:58 AM EDT

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We had to educate a group of groveling dirt children or we'd get a zero in the language class. They said we had to tell the difference between who and whom, and of course we hadn't the slightest idea when you were supposed to use them in a sentence. We just said some big words, and some small confusing words that we looked up in the dictionary (oh I just used one, it is "the.") that even the teacher probably wouldn't understand, so she thought we were right and gave us both 105's. Anyhow, yeah, in summary, don't trust the information that comes from this confusion-evil-drive, it really probably isn't true...enjoy.

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JohnLithiumJohnLithium

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars December 31, 2007

To whom is this video directed to? ;)

Interesting visual style used. Most would consider this odd rather than humorous. Still very interesting (and technically correct) presentation. In general, whom is used for prepositions and/or indirect objects, while who is a subjective pronoun only. :)


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BreakingFaces responds:

This video was directed towards an 8th grade English class. I'm glad that you seem to like it :)


GeekzGeekz

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars June 17, 2007

It was ok

It wasn't very funny and it was pretty boring


BreakingFaces responds:

There are differences in everyone's sense of humor.