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    #1

    as good as

    Hi



    Please let me know out of the two sentences ,which one is correct:

    1. You are not even half as good as me.

    2. You are not even half as good as I.

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    Pallavi

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    Re: as good as

    Quote Originally Posted by pallavi kakkar View Post
    Hi



    Please let me know out of the two sentences ,which one is correct:

    1. You are not even half as good as me.

    2. You are not even half as good as I.

    Regards
    Pallavi
    The first one, the second would be if you put: ..as I am.
    Not a teacher.

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    Re: as good as

    Quote Originally Posted by kenkk2 View Post
    The first one, the second would be if you put: ..as I am.
    Not a teacher.
    I agree, Kenk2.

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    Re: as good as

    Quote Originally Posted by pallavi kakkar View Post
    Hi



    Please let me know out of the two sentences ,which one is correct:

    1. You are not even half as good as me.

    2. You are not even half as good as I.

    Regards
    Pallavi
    IMO, only the second sentence is grammatically correct. The am is understood from the context. The first sentence, however, is more commonly used. Any other opinions?

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