A. Speaking as the president, who chose this team and for whom it works, etc.
A.1 I know "For whom it works" means his chosen team works for the president. This use of "Whom" confuses me. How can you rephrase the sentence using "who", and what other ways might be possible to convey the same meaning so I can understand the meaning in different phrasing?
B. That is not a solution available to most people for whom email has become a necessity.
B.1 Does this sentence mean that for most people email has become a necessity?
C. People will now vote for whom they are told, forced to vote by people who have a hold over them.
C.1 Does this sentence mean that people are told to vote for certain people? I didn't understand the second part "Forced to vote by people who have a hold over them"?
- What other wording can be used to convey the same meaning of "For whom"?