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    Default "who but me' vs. 'who but I'

    which phrase is correct, and why?

    "who but me' vs. 'who but I'

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    Default Re: "who but me' vs. 'who but I'

    but and except are followed by object forms of the personal pronouns, therefore who but me is correct.

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