To whom

volver

Senior Member
french belgium
Hello

A: What is the name of this company?
B: Rex
A: I don’t know them
B: Yes, you do. You have already met them. That’s the same customer to whom you search motors.

I am dubious about the red highlighted sentence.
Could you please correct it?

Thank you

VOLVER
 
  • mplsray

    Senior Member
    Hello

    A: What is the name of this company?
    B: Rex
    A: I don’t know them
    B: Yes, you do. You have already met them. That’s the same customer to whom you search motors.

    I am dubious about the red highlighted sentence.
    Could you please correct it?

    Thank you

    VOLVER
    I can't correct it because it makes no sense as written. If you're asking about the use of to whom in general, you should either explain the intended meaning of the sentence you quote or you should offer a different example sentence. Otherwise, I doubt that any of us can help you.
     

    volver

    Senior Member
    french belgium
    In fact, what I tried to say it's that my colleague needs to meet this customer.
    My colleague should know the customer as he repaired his machine.

    I wanted to say to colleague something like "remember that's the customer to whom you repaired the machine".

    I don't think my sentence is correct .I will appreciate your help.
     

    JamesM

    Senior Member
    Hello

    A: What is the name of this company?
    B: Rex
    A: I don’t know them
    B: Yes, you do. You have already met them. That’s the same customer to whom you search motors.

    I am dubious about the red highlighted sentence.
    Could you please correct it?

    Thank you

    VOLVER
    How about "That's the same customer for whom you researched some motors."
     

    Willow69

    Senior Member
    Spain, Spanish
    Could it be:
    "That's the same customer whose machine you repaired" or
    "That's the customer whom you searched motors for". (?)
    Greetings.
     
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