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"Whom" is an objective pronoun so you should use whom to refer to the object of a verb or preposition in a sentence.

If you don't know when to use it here is a simple trick: 

Use whom If you can replace the word with “him” or “her”.


-Mohamed gave the book to whom?

-This pencil is for whom?

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