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“You know more about this than me/I” [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: I can run faster than _____. (1) him (2) he? Which is correct? You know more about this than me. You know more about this than I. The second sounds unnatural, but I ...
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1answer
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When to use “we” and “us” — specific SAT example [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: I can run faster than _____. (1) him (2) he? I am confused about the usage of the words 'we' and 'us'. I am using a Princeton Review 11 SAT tests 2011 edition, practice test 7,...
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1answer
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“Than I” or “Than Myself” [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: I can run faster than _____. (1) him (2) he? Which is grammatically correct? My friends seem to be having more fun than I, Me, Myself, and Them Also, Good people are ...
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1answer
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Is it “as wonderful as them” or “as wonderful as they”? [duplicate]

I have a few questions on terminology, first, actually, as having the right terminology may have enabled me to answer this question on my own. What is the terminology for such constructs, "as [...
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0answers
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Why is it “This is he” rather than “This is him”? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicates: Should I use a nominative or accusative pronoun when making comparisons (e.g. “I run faster than ___”)? “Me” versus “I” I've been told ...
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2answers
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Which is proper use of “me or I” at end of sentence? [duplicate]

Sample sentence: There's not a dad in the world who compares to you, and there's not a daughter in the universe who's more grateful than (me or I).
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3answers
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“as much as you and I” vs. “as much as you and me” [duplicate]

This was posted on facebook and people are saying it is incorrect, it should be: "...as you and I" Which is correct?
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How to use pronouns correctly? [duplicate]

Choose the correct pronoun to complete the sentence. No other boy in our neighborhood runs as fast as (he, him). Choose the correct pronoun to complete the sentence. Who could make ...
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3answers
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Is “My dog can run much faster than I” correct? [duplicate]

I have been revisiting English grammar lessons for a test & I'm reading Pronouns. During a self test I came across this sentence "My dog can run much faster than ___". I selected "me" & ...
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Older than me (or I)? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: I can run faster than _____. (1) him (2) he? Is it correct to say, "She's older than me" or "She's older than I?" I almost always hear people say the former (me). If I ...
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“All, but her, ” vs. “All, but she, had” [duplicate]

All, but her, had made an attempt. All, but she, had made an attempt. If all is the subject of the sentence, should I use a subject or object in the parenthesis statement? Why? Is this correct ...
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1answer
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her/him or she/he? [duplicate]

Reading the news last week one sentence jumped out at me and has been bothering me since: When Tommy Thompson and his longtime companion did leave the hotel room, usually alone and her more than ...
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1answer
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Which one is correct? Him or He? [duplicate]

Which form of this sentence is correct. "No one works as hard as him." Or should it be, "No one works hard as he."?
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1answer
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Which one is correct: I, I am, or me? [duplicate]

I am in a little bit confusion here. I was going through a blog article and I read He is more intelligent than me. I think it is incorrect. It should have been He is more intelligent than ...
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0answers
952 views

“Smarter than me” or “smarter than I”? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicates: I can run faster than _____. (1) him (2) he? “like I” or “like me”? Which of these is correct and why? I always assumed it followed the rule of "which would be correct if ...

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