And in English...
Who would you rather buy your cloud resources from?
From whom would you rather buy your cloud resources?
But it's okay, the rest LOOKS like English and we managed to understand it over here anyway...
"Never end a sentence with a preposition" - despite what is stated by dictionary.com, the rule holds good. According to dictionary.com: "If the pronoun is that, which cannot be preceded by a preposition, or if the pronoun is omitted, then the preposition must occur at the end: The librarian found the books that the child had scribbled in. There is the woman he spoke of."
Jeez, what arrogance... it didn't occur to them that this clearly demonstrates the *incorrect* English usage of "that", and the completely incorrect construction of an English sentence! I don't know what a "woman he spoke of" is, but there's one over there!
Those last two are more correctly written as: "The librarian found the books in which the child had scribbled" and "There is the woman of whom he spoke".
Or maybe they are referring to American, and not to English at all?