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I think it is a matter of definition whether to use one or three cases when describing English nouns. Obligatory whom In one specific context whom seems obligatory: Most careful speakers will use "to whom" in that context. Might there be another situation when, besides addressing the Queen at a tea party, it makes sense to use whom as an object pronoun? Who was the letter addressed to? Do you already have an account? To whom do you wish to speak?