Which is correct than her or than she?

Which is correct than her or than she?

If you use “than” as a preposition, then “her” is the object of that preposition and correctly placed in the objective case. If you use “than” as a conjunction to introduce the subordinate clause “she is [pretty],” then “she” is the subject of the clause and is correctly place in the nominative case.

Which is correct it is she or it is her?

Which phrase is grammatically correct, “it is she” or “it is her”? ‘It is she’. People do say ‘It is her’ in informal speech, but it’s incorrect. In formal writing, only ‘it is she’ is acceptable.

Is it older than he or older than him?

In formal English, the subject pronoun follows than. In common usage, many (if not most) English speakers use the object pronoun. Strictly speaking the second one is not considered to be correct by the grammar police. I personally always say “older than him”, “older than he” doesn’t feel right.

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Which is correct he is younger than me or he is younger than I?

He is younger than me. He is younger than I. Answer: ‘I’ is more correct in formal English, but ‘me’ is acceptable in informal English and is increasingly used in formal English too. ‘I’ is more ‘correct’ because you’re comparing two subjects.

Should I use he or him?

He is pronoun and it is used to replace a name in a sentence (a noun) Him is an object pronoun and it is used to replace a name in a sentence which is used as an object (the action of the verb goes to it. e.g I love him.)

Is it older than her or older than she?

older than her vs older than she is older than her is the most popular phrase on the web.

What girls use him or her?

See also

Template Male Female
{{him or her}} him her
{{his or her}} his her
{{his or hers}} his hers
{{them}} him her

Is it correct to say he is older than me?

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The grammatically correct sentence is “He is older than I”. Complete the sentence and see “He is older than I am”. However, most people generally use the former sentence.

Is it correct to say younger than?

I think both. I know in common speech, both are acceptable. To answer your question, both forms are absolutely correct in English. The reason is that the word than can function as a preposition or a conjunction.

Can we use him for female?

In written English, him is sometimes used to refer to a person without saying whether that person is a man or a woman. Many people prefer to use ‘him or her’ or ‘them’ as an alternative to ‘him’.

What do you call someone who is older than you?

Ma’am or Sir. Again, if you’re ever unsure of how to refer to someone older than you—including a family friend—you can default to “sir” or “ma’am.” For women, you can also use the term, “madam.” Unlike Mr., Mrs., and Ms., you don’t need to include a last name or surname after sir, ma’am, or madame.

Is he older than her or he is?

Your object is the comparison (than) of age between 2 people; therefore we need to use the Object pronoun ‘her’. You may of course compare the state/age of 2 people, but you need to include a ‘to be’ for each person and, so, would use ‘she is’. He is older than her.

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Is I am elder to/elder than him grammatically correct?

I am elder to/elder than him- Totally Incorrect. As I have already pointed it out elsewhere, popular usage does not make incorrect grammar, correct. He is taller than I am. He is smarter than I am. He is cleverer than she is. He is richer than we are. You play guitar better than I do. (Not me.) She bakes cakes way better than he does. (Not him.)

How do you use the word than in a comparison?

When the word ‘than’ or ‘as’ is used as a conjunction to present a second person in a comparison, it is followed by a nominative case pronoun, also known as a subjective case pronoun. He is older than she (is).

What is the correct way to say than me or than I?

As for the ordinary spoken language, the correct way to say anything at all is the one that ‘feels natural’ to native speakers. I’ve often heard both than me or than I from native speakers, so both must be ‘correct’.