Unformatted text preview: person, "quien" must be used. After a preposition, "que" is only used to refer to things. Los chicos, con quienes fuimos a la playa, son nuestros amigos. The boys, with whom we went to the beach, are our friends. El libro en que pienso es extenso, no es corto. The book I'm thinking of is long, not short. In English, although it is technically incorrect, common usage often finds a sentence ending in a preposition. Notice that this never occurs in Spanish. Ella es la señorita en quien estoy pensando. She is the young lady I'm thinking about. / She is the young lady about whom I'm thinking. Mi padre es la persona a quien envío la carta. My father is the person I'm sending the letter to. / My father is the person to whom I'm sending the letter....
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- Fall '10
- Grammatical number, Relative pronoun, quien es profesor, hermana de Raquel