"he" versus "him"

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Which is correct: "the difference between he and his brother" or "the difference between him and his brother" ?

asked Sep 15 '11 at 01:41 Helen Retson New member

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the difference between he and his brother

link answered Sep 15 '11 at 09:52 JL Cheong New member

"The difference between he and I is" . . .these are in the subject case, which is correct. KimberlySep 15 '11 at 11:55

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the difference between him and his brother 

link comment answered Sep 15 '11 at 10:02 tajawul New member
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I am familiar with "the difference between him and his brother"; however, the grammatically correct one might be "he and his bro"...

link comment answered Sep 15 '11 at 10:30 Satori Morishige New member
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The difference between he and his brother.

link comment answered Sep 15 '11 at 12:56 dianesidad New member
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"the difference between him and his brother"

link comment answered Sep 15 '11 at 14:00 AbdulAzeez Teslim New member
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 The diffrence between him and his brother

link comment answered Sep 15 '11 at 17:11 Zaka Butt New member
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the difference beetwin he and him brother

link comment answered Sep 16 '11 at 16:24 Subash Dhungana New member
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"He and his brother went to the fair,"  as they are both subjects.

 

"I gave the money to him and his brother" : as they are both indirect objects in receipt of an action.

link comment answered Sep 17 '11 at 12:06 Mark Heyne Contributor
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"the difference between him and his brother" 

link comment answered Sep 15 '11 at 09:42 Marina Vetrenko New member

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