In cases when you ask whom does something, there are three ways in French
Learn how to ask questions with "whom" in French
In the following cases, the person is NOT the one doing the action, but is the object of the action -> Whom does someone meet, see...?
Note how we can ask whom in three different ways:
You can use qui followed by the inverted form of the verb. (Whom does she like?)
You can use qui after the normal sentence. (literally: She likes whom?)
This one is never followed by the inverted form.
You can also sometimes encounter the form c'est qui que, however, this is NOT really grammatically correct!
See also Qui/Qui est-ce qui [conjugated verb] ? = Who ... ? (French Questions)
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