i have a small doubt regarding use of pronoun in comparison.
I have three sentences here.can anyone explain which one is right and why..
1.I am more stupid than he.
2.I am more stupid than him.
3.I am more stupid than he is.
Essentially your question is whether to use the objective case (he) or the subjective case (him) after than. Really, either of these options are acceptable, so all the options above are 'correct'.
The GMAT isn't going to be testing pronoun case so much as they will test logical use and number agreement.
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