Monday, February 4, 2008

TOO OFT MISUSED...

HIM/HER & HE/SHE

What is the correct use in sentences of each of the words: "he" or "she" and "him" or "her"?
Create sentences to illustrate your choices.

Examples

Explain the errors in each of the sentences below and correct them.

Him and her went to the store.
She and him went to the store.
He and her went to the store.
He and she went to the store.
They talked to her and I.


TODAY'S WORD

The word for today is "misanthrope".
Define "misanthrope" and use it in a sentence.

2 comments:

KFJ said...

I hate people. I am a misanthrope.

Nicholas said...

'Him' and 'her' are pronouns that are usually possessive or are the direct or indirect object, i believe. Perhaps that is why it is incorrect. They can also be objects of the preposition.