With whom you find more attached to vs To whom you find more attached with

Which one is correct andor preferred?

  1. With whom you find more attached to?

  2. To whom you find more attached with?

Do they convey the same thought?

:?

They both look grammatically incorrect.

What thought are they supposed to convey?

What can we do to make them look correct? :wink:
(I mean, please correct it)

Obviously, what I thought was incorrect :slight_smile:

Can we say :

With whom do you find more attched with?

Milanya’s words are eagerly awaited :slight_smile:

When I asked “What thought…” I was not joking. I do not understand what you want to say. I cannot correct sentences I do not understand.
Do you mean something like this:
Whom do you like more your mom or your sister?

Whom do you find yourself more attached to?

This may become clear if written this way: Whom do you find yourself more attached to, your father or mother? Next the omission of the reflexive pronoun,yourself, found in the original (not the above) sentence made it look odd. best of luck, nanucbe

I know. Even I was confused :?

Thanks SkiIuck Nanucbe.

A silly question –

Whom do you find yourself more attached to?

Can we rephrase it to start with ‘To whom’ and end with ‘attached with’? Would that make sense?

To whom do you find yourself more attached?

In my opinion, it would sound awkward and redundant.

“To whom do you find yourself more attached with?”

Thank you all.

Hi dear friend, this is Joao Fonseca,
I’ve used both at work, what I noticed is when you write a memo at the top of the letter your write to whom… sounds like something official, but talkint to each other I guess either way sounds good. don’t you think so?

You could also say the following:

With whom do you feel/sense/experience more attachment?

or

With whom do you feel/sense/experience/enjoy a greater sense of attachment?