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“I” or “me”?

Which is it: “Donna loves pizza more than I” or “Donna loves pizza more than me”? It depends on what point you are trying to make. If you’re trying to say she loves pizza more than you love pizza, then “Donna loves pizza more than I” is correct since the implied phrase is “…than I do.” But, given a choice between you and a pizza, if Donna chooses the pizza (tough break, by the way), then “Donna loves pizza more than me” is correct since the implied phrase is “…more than she loves me.”

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Posted Saturday, February 28, 2009