What Are Their Main Differences?
The key difference between 'which' and 'whom' is that 'whom' cannot be used to refer to things, while 'which' can refer to both things and people. Remember 'whom' is just an objective pronoun though 'which' is a subjective and objective pronoun.
Can We Use Whom as a Determiner?
This is a question mainly asked by English learners which the answer to it is 'no'. 'Whom' cannot be used as a determiner before a noun, while 'which' can be used before a noun as a determiner with no imperfection.
is more interesting to take?)
did you buy?)
What They Refer to
keep in mind that 'whom' would never refer to things; it can only refer to people and living things. As it was mentioned 'Which' is used to refer to either people or things.
Whom and Which as Relative and Interrogative Pronouns
- 'Whom' and 'which':
are interrogative and relative pronouns. So, this can be considered as their similarity. Their meaning can be the same when it comes to relative clauses.
The boy in black suit,
The chubby boy,