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    Are both grammatically correct?

    It was she who killed the rat.

    It was her who killed the rat.

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    Re: Are both grammatically correct?

    It was she who killed the rat.

    It was her who killed the rat.
    The first sentence is grammatically correct.

    Even so, you will hear the second version spoken by native speakers all the time.

    Rover

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