Soul-searing !

Soul-searing experience -what is the part of speech ? why so ?

‘Soul-searing’ or ‘soul-searching’? In any case, both are adjectives modifying the noun ‘experience’. Why wouldn’t they be?

Hi Mr. Micwaber !

Would you pls. explain me the previous task that is Who vs. whom ?

I am still somehow a little bit of confusing about them like -

  1. Subject of the verb- use ‘who’
  2. Object of the verb-use ‘whom’
  3. a complement position copulative verb -use ‘who’
  4. object of the preposition -use ‘whom’
  5. use a subject immediate preceding the infinitive -that is objective form like -‘him’ instead of ‘he’ or ‘whom’ instead of ‘who’ .

Last three, would you pls vividly explain how they work in a sentence with examples ?
like(5) -The manager wants you and me to open the store tomorrow . here - to open -has the subject me .

I have a better idea: why don’t you construct sentences using those 5 types, and I will check them for you?

Please note that 2, 4 and 5 are objects while 1 and 3 are subjects or subject complements. ‘Who’ is for subjects and ‘whom’ is for objects, as I have already explained.