You know, that one with the awesome loner female lead with a swell braid in her hair
The one who was associated with a certain element
And had an optimistic little sister she loved a lot
I especially loved the part where her dress transformed into a different
Oh, but let’s not forget the great male characters!
Like the sweet blonde guy
And the stern but handsome brunette
Yeah, it was such a great and unique film!
You know, Harry Potter he… He helped me once
Prince Edward: [threatening Robert with his sword] Have you any last words before I dispatch you?
Robert: You have got to be kidding me!
Prince Edward: Strange words!
Here’s your pro-tip from an English Major for the day:
If you’re confused about the correct place to put the word “whom” in a sentence, use the “he/she” vs “him/her” test.
he/she = who
him/her = whom
For example, if you’re saying “Who wrote this letter?”
Who is correct here because he/she wrote the letter.
Now if you’re saying “To whom do I give this letter?”
You are giving the letter to him/her, thus, whom is correct.