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Than I/Than me?

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asked on 20 Jan 2011
Joseph Sheppard Joseph Sheppard
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All of the above! This is easier than it sounds. Take I and me as examples, since they're the pronouns we use most. Either one may be correct after than, depending on the meaning of the sentence.

  • Trixie loves spaghetti more than I means more than I do.
  • Trixie loves spaghetti more than me means more than she loves me.
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