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This tag is for questions about whether something obeys the rules of grammar in English. The question must INCLUDE THE SPECIFIC GRAMMATICAL CONCERN. If your question is about grammar itself, please use the "grammar" tag.

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What is the proper punctuation for broken dialogue? I have the following line: "I just never expected you to be so—" she looked Dan up and down "—human," she finished. I believe that is the co …
asked Oct 30 '16 by Thomas Myron
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Welcome to Stack Exchange! Use 'I' as a subject. Use 'me' as an object. In your example, you would use 'me.' Both 'Bob' and 'me' are the objects of the preposition 'for.' ('to talk' is a separate in …
answered Apr 29 '15 by Thomas Myron