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what is the difference between "none of whom" and "none of them " ?
can I use them interchangeably?

●there were alot of children there, all of whom sang well.
▪︎there were alot of children there and all of them sang well.

● there are a lot of students in the class, none of whom are single.

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what is the difference between "none of whom" and "none of them " ?
can I use them interchangeably?

●there were alot of children there, all of whom sang well.
▪︎there were alot of children there and all of them sang well.

● there are a lot of students in the class, none of whom are single.
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