Quick answer
"Who" is a pronoun which is often translated as "quién", and "with whom" is a phrase which is often translated as "con quien". Learn more about the difference between "who" and "with whom" below.
A pronoun is a word that stands in for a noun (e.g. she).
1. (interrogative)
a. quién
Hello? Who is calling?¿Hola? ¿Quién llama?
I don't know who he is, but he looks a lot like my brother.No sé quién es, pero se parece mucho a mi hermano.
2. (relative)
a. quien
My father, who is 60 years old, won a tennis tournament.Mi padre, quien tiene 60 años, ganó un torneo de tenis.
b. que
My friend is the one who has a date tonight.Mi amigo es el que tiene una cita esta noche.
An abbreviation is the shortened form of a word or group of words (e.g. "UFO" = "unidentified flying object"; "p." = "page").
3. (World Health Organization)
a. OMS
Breast milk has many benefits. According to the WHO, exclusive breastfeeding is the best option during the first six months of life.La leche materna tiene muchos beneficios. Según la OMS, el amamantamiento exclusivo es la mejor opción durante los primeros seis meses de vida.
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with whom(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (general)
a. con quien (singular)
This is the doctor with whom we will be speaking tomorrow.Éste es el doctor con quien hablaremos mañana.
b. con quienes (plural)
I met Michael's brothers today, with whom he has a lot in common.Conocí a los hermanos de Michael hoy, con quienes él tiene mucho en común.
c. con quién (in questions)
Yes, my name is Peter Johnson. With whom am I speaking?Sí, me llamo Peter Johnson. ¿Con quién estoy hablando?
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