What is Their Main Difference?
As mentioned earlier, 'whome' is an obsolete form of 'whom.' Remember you cannot use this spelling as it is incorrect. Have a look:
whome was the package addressed to?
This form is obsolete and therefore incorrect.
This is the correct form of spelling 'whom.'
Whom is the correct spelling of this word. It is the object form of 'who.' This word is commonly used with prepositions. This form is widely used in formal writing and less used in speaking.
Here, we are asking about the receiver of something.
whome will you send this to?
'Whome' is an obsolete form and cannot be used.
As mentioned earlier, whome and whom are the same words with the same parts of speech but different spelling.
Whome were you talking to?
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