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Whoever vs. Whomever Quiz

1. For each of the following, choose the correct sentence.

 A) She ignored whoever tried to talk to her.
 B) She ignored whomever tried to talk to her.

2. 

 A) Our choice is whomever we can get to speed things along.
 B) Our choice is whoever we can get to speed things along.

3. 

 A) Rolf agreed to play in a chess tournament with whomever accepted the challenge.
 B) Rolf agreed to play in a chess tournament with whoever accepted the challenge.

4. 

 A) I will audition with whoever you recommend.
 B) I will audition with whomever you recommend.

5. 

 A) She offered a $200 reward to whoever found her pet Chihuahua.
 B) She offered a $200 reward to whomever found her pet Chihuahua.

6. 

 A) The actress could become whomever she watched for a few minutes.
 B) The actress could become whoever she watched for a few minutes.

7. 

 A) Ask whomever is at the front desk for a six o’clock wake-up call.
 B) Ask whoever is at the front desk for a six o’clock wake-up call.

8. 

 A) There is plenty of pizza left for whoever hasn’t had a second piece yet.
 B) There is plenty of pizza left for whomever hasn’t had a second piece yet.

9. 

 A) Tell whoever you ask to the dance to wear a suit and tie.
 B) Tell whomever you ask to the dance to wear a suit and tie.

10. 

 A) We enjoy discussing our organization’s mission with whoever is interested.
 B) We enjoy discussing our organization’s mission with whomever is interested.


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