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It ought to be her with whom you share your secrets, not me.

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It ought to be her with whom you share your secrets, not me. [#permalink] New post 02 Aug 2012, 16:09
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10. It ought to be her with whom you share your secrets, not me.

A. her with whom you share your secrets, not me
B. her with whom you share your secrets, not I.
C. she with whom you share your secrets, not me.
D. she with whom you share your secrets, not I.
E. her with who you share your secrets, not me.
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Re: Pronoun issue [#permalink] New post 02 Aug 2012, 19:12
10. It ought to be her with whom you share your secrets, not me.

A. her with whom you share your secrets, not me
Correct
B. her with whom you share your secrets, not I.
"I" is incorrect usage
"I"can be used when-- "It was a lovely day Roma and I were together "

C. she with whom you share your secrets, not me.
"she" usage is wrong eg --"she is the one whom i love" / I love her NOT I love she/ Her is the one whom i love.
D. she with whom you share your secrets, not I.
same as B
E. her with who you share your secrets, not me.
who is used for subject, whom is used for object
here, whom usage is incorrect because it is referring to "her "

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Re: Pronoun issue [#permalink] New post 03 Aug 2012, 04:21
it gets easier when you look at the core structure. "you share your secrets with her/me
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