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She can sing better than me but she isn't as pretty as I.

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She can sing better than me but she isn't as pretty as I.  [#permalink] New post 12 Jun 2005, 08:34
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She can sing better than me but she isn't as pretty as I.
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B) She can sing better than I but she isn't as pretty as I
C) She can sing better than me but she isn't as pretty as me.
D) She can sing better than, but she isn't as pretty as I.
E) She can sing better than I but she isn't more pretty than me.
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 [#permalink] New post 12 Jun 2005, 10:33
Fuqua is right. It is B.

The sentence without Ellipsis would be - " She can sing better than I can but she is not as pretty as I am." So B is the closest choice.
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 [#permalink] New post 12 Jun 2005, 11:09
I agree. The pronoun should be in the subjective case in comparisons with the subjects of understood verbs.

in one of the tests though, the correct answer was A, which I think is incorrect.
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