Use Washington, D.C., in text. Do not spell out District of Columbia. In an address, use Washington, DC (no periods).
The word way is singular; the word ways is plural.
- Pittsburgh is a long way from Los Angeles.
- There are several ways to travel from Pittsburgh to Los Angeles.
See Computer Terminology section.
Who and whoever are used as subjects of verbs or as predicate pronouns. Whom and whomever are used as objects of verbs and prepositions.
- Jane was the woman who told the story.
- Whoever comes to the shelter will get help.
- Whom were they talking about?
- Bring whomever you like to the party.