Posted by Jenny on Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at 3:55pm.
1. If we can meet with the patient and he / him / himself, we can discuss possible alternative treatments.
2. An argument between her boyfriend and her / she resulted in the latest injury.
3. The patientís son is taller than he / him / himself.
4. When the husband and wife arrived, he was in more pain than her / she.
5. The assessment and plan was / were discussed with the patient.
6. Mumps are / is a common childhood disease.
7. A person as young as her / herself / she should not have symptoms of depression.
8. He did not know who / whom / whomever to see about the testicular pain.
9. No one is more aware of the seriousness of the condition than he / him / himself.
- grammar - Ms. Sue, Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at 4:23pm
3, 6, and 7 are wrong.
In 3 and 7, you need the subject pronoun because the implied meaning is "than she is.
Mumps is a singular noun.
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