Some "Good" Grammar

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There is often a question asked about I/me or he/him in the construction "He is taller than I/me" or "I will arrive earlier than he/him." The word than begins a dependent clause and is always involved in a comparison. Often a dependent clause can have some vital parts missing; that is, the subject and/or the verb can be missing. It is still a clause, however. The way to tell the correct form for these pronouns in these clauses is to put everything back into the clause. ...He is taller than I (am tall). ..I will arrive earlier than he (will arrive). So in these two clauses the choice is the nominative form, I and he. Happy punctuating. Margie