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  1. Newbie
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    #1

    Me, Myself, or I

    Which scentence is correct:

    1.) Some people have different views than me.

    2.)
    Some people have different views than myself.

    3.)
    Some people have different views than I.

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    #2

    Re: Me, Myself, or I

    Welcome to the forum, ilyem.

    1 and 3 are acceptable. 2 is definitely wrong.

    Note the correct spelling of 'sentence'.

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    #3

    Re: Me, Myself, or I

    Technically, number 3 is grammatically correct. Because "than" is a conjunction, the sentence is a shortening of "Some people have different views than I have." However, many people would say #1 informally.



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