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It's the best which I've seen.
It's the best that I've seen.

Use the relative that (not who, whom, or which) after a superlative. It can, however, be omitted.

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Who do you think will be chosen?
Whom do you think will be chosen?
Whom do you think I saw yesterday?
Who do you think I saw yesterday?

In the first sentence who is the subject of will be chosen, do you think is a parenthesis. In the second sentence whom is the object of I saw, do you think is a parenthesis

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Amy is taller than her brother.
Amy is taller from her brother.

Adjectives (or adverbs) in the comparative are followed by than and not by from.

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It was him.
It was he.

The pronoun coming after the verb to be must be in the nominative case, and not in the objective in written composition. However, the objective case is now usually used in conversation: It's me, lt was him/her/them, etc.

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At the end they reached the city.
In the end they reached the city.

In the end means finally or at last, at the end means at the farthest point or part: There's an index at the end of this book. There's a holiday at the end of this month.

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