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Hello

You have to be better than them/they.

You look like she OR You look like her.

--- Sometimes I'm confused when to use which: them, they, she, her etc.

I think we say: You have to be better than they (are) and not them (are) the same with like she (looks) not like her (looks)?

thanks
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NewguestYou look like she
WRONG! All other examples in your post are correct. Like is a preposition in yours sentence and therefore only her is right. Cf. with her, about her, from her etc.

After than both words (them, they) are used. Them is more informal.

CB
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You have to be better than them.
You have to be better than they are.
You look like her.

If there ain't no verb that follows, don't use I/he/she/we/they.