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    Comparative degree

    which is the correct usage?

    He is more handsome than I. or He is more handsome than me

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    Re: Comparative degree

    Quote Originally Posted by kannanvv07 View Post
    which is the correct usage?

    He is more handsome than I. or He is more handsome than me
    He is more handsome than I ...correct
    Here, than is a conjunction joining two clauses.(than Iam)
    He is more handsme than me.correct
    Here accusative(he) is used in the place of nominative(I) after the verb be.

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    Last edited by rj1948; 05-Jun-2008 at 10:49.

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