Does This Sentence Make Sense?
Is it correct to say:
"She lives with a person whom it is hard to live with"?
Meaning that the person whom this woman lives is not a pleasant man.
May 28, 2015 11:20 PM
Answers · 8
While it's correct, we probably wouldn't say it, mainly because we hardly ever actually use "whom" in our speech. It can easily be reworded to be "She lives with a person who is hard to live with", which sound better and removes the need for "whom".
May 29, 2015
Yes it makes sense. Gramatically I think 'She lives with a person, whom with, it is hard to live.' May be more correct.