What is an easy way to remember ther who/whom rule?
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It's "who" for the subject (that "did" something) and "whom" for the object of a verb (that something was "done" to / with / for).
So after words like to, with, for etc it would be whom:
"I met with the man with whom I'd previously played polo"
If you're talking about the person who "did something" then it's who:
"I believe it was Homer who once said 'Doh'"
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