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    Thumbs up 'is older than me' or 'is older than I am'?

    Could you please give me some guidelines - when to use subject/object pronoun after 'than'?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: or ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Margot Urff View Post
    Could you please give me some guidelines - when to use subject/object pronoun after 'than'?
    Welcome!

    'is older than I am' is most correct. But 'is older than me' is very often said, and especially in everyday English is also considered correct.

    Read the following, including the "usage notes".
    Than | Define Than at Dictionary.com

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