i am the person .......................(whom / who / that) is to blame.

explain with reason.

Who” is used as a subject and “whom” is used as an object. In the sentence we need a replacement for the noun clause “I am the person” that is a subject. Hence, the correct answer is “who” and not “whom”. 

Who” and “whom” are used for living things.

 

That” and “which” are used for non-living things. 

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First, to know whether to use who or whom, we need to talk about the difference between subjects and objects because you use who when you are referring to the subject of a clause and whom when you are referring to the object of a clause. 

in this case it is who i think

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I AM THE PERSON WHO IS TO BLAME.

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