|dunno if its dumb thing to ask,|
Nah, it's our second language, there's no shame in asking anything.
|can anyone explain usage of who/whose/whom|
You should find this easy to comprehend.
|"Who" is a Subject Pronoun|
"Who" is a subject pronoun like "he," "she" and "we" in the examples above. We use "who" to ask which person does an action or which person is a certain way.
Who made the birthday cake?
Who is in the kitchen?
Who is going to do the dishes?
"Whom" is an Object Pronoun
"Whom" is an object pronoun like "him," "her" and "us." We use "whom" to ask which person receives an action.
Whom are you going to invite?
Whom did he blame for the accident?
Whom did he hire to do the job?
"Whose" is a Possessive Pronoun
"Whose" is a possessive pronoun like "his," "her" and "our." We use "whose" to find out which person something belongs to.
Whose camera is this?
Whose dog is barking outside?
Whose cell phone keeps ringing?
You should have a read at the Guide to punctuation as well.
Edited by shoumic, 22 May 2013 - 04:05 PM.