I knew Greenbaum had to address the subject/object pronoun situation somewhere. It’s taken me this long to find it. (And if you think that means I’ve been tirelessly poring over the text, hunting for the entry, I appreciate your mental picture of me. I picked up the book again this morning, opened it, flipped a few pages, and there it was. Silly me, having tried to use the index the other day. What a maroon.) Continue reading “Grammar Day 2016: Two days later”
“more than me?”
Or “more than I?”
Well, it depends. I know, you all HATE when that’s the answer, but it’s the answer. Suck it up and keep reading.
What are you trying to say? What possible difference can that make? It can make or break a relationship. Seriously. Keep reading. Continue reading “He loves pizza more than . . .”