|pro. who, whom (also pronounced as shei2)||
phr. Nobody could violate the company's stipulation.
phr. Many people believe that globalization is an irresistible trend, which cannot be avoided by anyone.
phr. She was too obstinate to listen to anyone's words.
phr. A teacher must treat all the pupils in a class equally and must not show partiality toward any of them.
phr. Who will lead in the movie has not been finally decided yet.
phr. That person is hopelessly stupid and anybody can bully him.
phr. They make all sorts of excuses, and none of them is willing to solve the problem.
phr. He closed the door firmly and didn't meet anyone.
phr. Who are you looking for?
phr. with whom together
phr. Whoever has resigned is none of my business.
phr. I will pick whoever comes first.