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Q. She can eat more than me but she is not as fat as I. [#permalink]
21 Feb 2004, 09:05
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Q. She can eat more than me but she is not as fat as I.
b. She can eat more than I but she is not as fat as I.
c. She can eat more thatn me but she is not as fat as me.
d. She can eat more than I but she is not as fat as me.
e. She can eat more than I but is not fatter than me.
Try to give explanation of form of pronoun being used and why.
bold shows the changes I've made.
Last edited by bat_car on 21 Feb 2004, 11:05, edited 3 times in total.
Anandnk, I agree with you. E is has a typo. it should be faster than me.
Second, which of these is correct
She can eat more than me.
She can eat more than I.
The rule that governs the choice is " When a pronoun appears at the end of a sentence which has a comaprison using the words than or as, the pronouns should be in sujective case. So the second choice above is correct.
It also be checked by verb completion as you did in you choice as ... than I am. I think that you meant B as the answer and not a. I did not type choice A.
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