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I am not sure which is correct in the following sentence. If Manny wins, he will have as many points as he/him. I thought you had to complete the sentence with "as he does", but that sounds awful. Any help would be appreciated!Emotion: embarrassed
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AnonymousI am not sure which is correct in the following sentence. If Manny wins, he will have as many points as he/him. I thought you had to complete the sentence with "as he does", but that sounds awful. Any help would be appreciated!Emotion: embarrassed
'He' is correct (although many will say 'him'). I'm sorry that "as he does" doesn't sound good to you. It sounds fine to my native ear.
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AnonymousI am not sure which is correct in the following sentence. If Manny wins, he will have as many points as he/him. I thought you had to complete the sentence with "as he does", but that sounds awful. Any help would be appreciated!Emotion: embarrassed
'He' is correct (although many will say 'him'). I'm sorry that "as he does" doesn't sound good to you. It sounds fine to my native ear.
Hi Philip,

I agree with you totally! However, the sentence itself sounds rather funny to me with 2 he's (he will have as many points as he) Emotion: smile I would prefer to replace the2nd he with the other person's name instead.

Best Regards.
Hoa Thai
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Philip
Anonymous
I am not sure which is correct in the following sentence. If Manny wins, he will have as many points as he/him. I thought you had to complete the sentence with "as he does", but that sounds awful. Any help would be appreciated!Emotion: embarrassed
'He' is correct (although many will say 'him'). I'm sorry that "as he does" doesn't sound good to you. It sounds fine to my native ear.
Hi Philip,

I agree with you totally! However, the sentence itself sounds rather funny to me with 2 he's (he will have as many points as he) Emotion: smileI would prefer to replace the 2nd he with the other person's name instead.

Best Regards.
Hoa Thai

You are absolutely correct. I just assumed that the second 'he' would be understood by context.
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Philip
I agree with you totally! However, the sentence itself sounds rather funny to me with 2 he's (he will have as many points as he) [Emotion: smile
I would prefer to replace the 2nd he with the other person's name instead.

Best Regards.
Hoa Thai

You are absolutely correct. I just assumed that the second 'he' would be understood by context.

I agree with Philip.

I agree. If replacing the second he with Manny, I might be able to relax about the sentence. It just sounds "uncomfortable". Thank you for your help!