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I would be glad if grammarians of this site check out the pronoun that I have used in the following sentences.

Write the correct form of pronoun in the following:-

1) We scored as many goals as them. (They, them)
2) Rama and I were present. (I, me)
3) Can you sing as well as them. (They, them)
4) Let you and I try what we can do. (I, me).
5) Wait for Hari and me. (I, me)
6) You know that as well as me. (I, me)
7) It was I that give you the alarm (I, me)
8) Between you and me, I do not believe him.
9) He is known to my brother and me. (I, me)
10) Rama is as old as I (I, me)
11) He is as good as I (I, me)
12) We are not so poor as them. (They, them)
13) Nobody but him was present. (He, him)
14) He and I were great friends. (I, me)
15) Whom can I trust, if not him? (He, him)
16) Let him who can answer the question. (He, him)
17) There isn’t much difference between you and he (He, him)
18) None so blind as them that will not see. (They, them)
19) It isn’t for such as them to dictate to us. (Them, they)

PLEASE LET ME KNOW THE MISTAKES THAT I HAVE MADE IN THE SENTENCES TYPED ABOVE IN ITALICS.

Thanks in advance. You people have always helped me immensly.
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RedalertI would be glad if grammarians of this site check out the pronoun that I have used in the following sentences. Write the correct form of pronoun in the following:- 1) We scored as many goals as them. (They, them) 2) Rama and I were present. (I, me) 3) Can you sing as well as them. (They, them) 4) Let you and I try what we can do. (I, me). 5) Wait for Hari and me. (I, me) 6) You know that as well as me. (I, me) 7) It was I that give you the alarm (I, me) 8) Between you and me, I do not believe him. 9) He is known to my brother and me. (I, me) 10) Rama is as old as I (I, me) 11) He is as good as I (I, me) 12) We are not so poor as them. (They, them) 13) Nobody but him was present. (He, him) 14) He and I were great friends. (I, me) 15) Whom can I trust, if not him? (He, him) 16) Let him who can answer the question. (He, him) 17) There isn’t much difference between you and he (He, him) 18) None so blind as them that will not see. (They, them) 19) It isn’t for such as them to dictate to us. (Them, they) PLEASE LET ME KNOW THE MISTAKES THAT I HAVE MADE IN THE SENTENCES TYPED ABOVE IN ITALICS. Thanks in advance. You people have always helped me immensly.
1 - them 2.- I 3- them 4- me 5- me 6- me 7- I 8- me 9 - me 10 - me 11 - me 12- them 13- he 14 - I 15- him 16- him 17 - him 18 - them (What does this sentence mean? Is it grammatical?) 19- them
Redalert,

Rama and I, you and I can be replace by 'we'.

Rama and me, you and me can be replaced by 'us'.

So, if you're not sure, try substituting 'we' and 'us' to see if the sentence still makes sense.

For example: Rama and I were present, after substitution becomes 'We were present'. If you had said Rama and me were present, after substitution the sentence would become 'Us were present' which is incorrect.

Wait for Hari and me can only be changed to 'Wait for us', so 'me' is correct in this instance.
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respected sir please give me the reason in the case of first sentence
Redalert I would be glad if grammarians of this site check out the pronoun that I have used in the following sentences.
Write the correct form of pronoun in the following:-
1) We scored as many goals as them. (They, them)
2) Rama and I were present. (I, me)
3) Can you sing as well as them. (They, them)
4) Let you and I try what we can do. (I, me).
5) Wait for Hari and me. (I, me)
6) You know that as well as me. (I, me)
7) It was I that give you the alarm (I, me)
8) Between you and me, I do not believe him.
9) He is known to my brother and me. (I, me)
10) Rama is as old as I (I, me)
11) He is as good as I (I, me)
12) We are not so poor as them. (They, them)
13) Nobody but him was present. (He, him)
14) He and I were great friends. (I, me)
15) Whom can I trust, if not him? (He, him)
16) Let him who can answer the question. (He, him)
17) There isn’t much difference between you and he (He, him)
18) None so blind as them that will not see. (They, them)
19) It isn’t for such as them to dictate to us. (Them, they)
PLEASE LET ME KNOW THE MISTAKES THAT I HAVE MADE IN THE SENTENCES TYPED ABOVE IN ITALICS.
Thanks in advance. You people have always helped me immensly.
We scored as many goals as they and not them because whever compound conjunction is used for comparison after such we use subjective pronoun.
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In 19th we will use they in place of them bcoz such as + sub case followed by us.

In number 4 the pronoun should be ME not I.

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