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Many of them had been financial advisors to Elvis.

*There were a lot of kids in my class who most were from China. name: "_pubcid",

See That vs. The sandwich's owner, who my dog apologized to, requires a replacement sandwich.

A nonidentifying clause adds extra information about a noun already identified by other means, for example, by name, by shared knowledge or context. Which   Some or All. Adverbs and adverb phrases: typical errors, Adjectives and adjective phrases: typical errors, Conjunctions: causes, reasons, results and purpose, Relative clauses referring to a whole sentence, Relative clauses: defining and non-defining, Nationalities, languages, countries and regions, types of English (formal, informal, etc.

The rooms have been left as they were in 1977. When Elvis died on August 16, 1977, he was by no means broke, but his estate at Graceland was costing far too much to maintain. name: "identityLink", Elvis never actually learned to fly. 'cap': true EXCEPTION: We avoid placing "be" at the end of a clause when "be" specifies (identifies) the noun in the quantity phrase. { bidder: 'criteo', params: { networkId: 7100, publisherSubId: 'cdo_rightslot' }}, { bidder: 'criteo', params: { networkId: 7100, publisherSubId: 'cdo_btmslot' }}, *On my trip, there were forty people, most of who were from Italy.

Now that we know much, we can focus on what who is doing in that very long subordinate clause: Who is on the cat's good side always matters in such cases.

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Most of whom – the object of a preposition is replaced by whom.

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Some formal styles prefer to use a preposition before whom than to leave the preposition ‘hanging’ at the end of the sentence: Before a job interview it is a good idea, if you can, to find out some background information about the people for whom you would be working. bids: [{ bidder: 'rubicon', params: { accountId: '17282', siteId: '162036', zoneId: '776160', position: 'atf' }}, Browse our dictionary apps today and ensure you are never again lost for words. Most of who is very informal. iasLog("criterion : cdo_tc = resp"); relative to people who are attached but don't want to be too intimate with someone on. In fact, it's about as easy as keeping a dog from eating an unguarded, and ostensibly abandoned, sandwich. bids: [{ bidder: 'rubicon', params: { accountId: '17282', siteId: '162050', zoneId: '776358', position: 'atf' }}, Delivered to your inbox! { bidder: 'sovrn', params: { tagid: '446382' }},

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In this context, all of whom is perfect. Add commas if the clause adds extra information that is not essential to identifying the noun.

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California has a lot of visitors, most of whom visit Disneyland.

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