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Here are two questions make me confused.

1. Veronica is the tall____ (taller or tallest) of the two girls.[Write the adjective in its correct form]

2. The greengrocer gave Robert and ___ a pear which I ate. [Provide correct pronoun]

one teacher said "tallest" for the first and "I" for the second, the other teacher said "taller/tallest" both are right for the first and "I" for the second.

but I think "taller" for the first and "me" for the second.

Could you please reply for this with some detail explanation???

Thanks in Advance....

Peter Kim.
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Hi PeterKim

Welcome to English Forums! I though teachers in Australia spoke English.Emotion: smile

Sentence 1: Since there were two girls, the comparative should be used (taller).
Sentence 2: You can't say the greengrocer gave I a pear. Consequently: gave Robert and me a pear.

Cheers
CB
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most people say that taller is the one for two people.

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