does whom always follow a preposition

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No, whom doesn't always follow a preposition. We can use it also as a relative clause to link one clause to another, for ex:

The job was delivered to a man, whom many consider to be a hard worker. 

whom is also used as an objective pronoun to replace the object of the sentence for ex:

The girl whom you met yesterday is my daughter.  

Whom do you think is the best actor this year?

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No ; it doesn't always follow a preposition

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