I've managed to get myself confused about using object pronouns in some cases. I'm unsure whether it's correct usage, or incorrect, but very common, usage
Q: Who is hungry?
or should it be:
Consider the sentence "I can run faster than 15 miles per hour." Its meaning is clear and to my eyes obviously grammatically correct. Now let me present some variations that have given me trouble for ...
If you are talking on behalf of you and someone else what is the correct usage?
On behalf of my wife and me
On behalf of my wife and I
On behalf of me and my wife
On behalf of myself and my wife
"It is I" follows a well-known prescriptivist rule
This question is about prescriptive grammar. It’s a fairly well-known prescriptivist rule that “me, him, her, them” (in other words, pronouns in the ...
Which of the following two sentences is correct?
He must decide who to be.
He must decide whom to be.
I can think of arguments for both sides, but I'm not sure.
To elaborate, is who(m) the object of ...