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1. No boy is faster than me in my class.
2. No one is faster than me in my class.
3.No boys are faster than me in my class.
4. Nobody is faster than me in my class.
5. Noone is faster than me in my classl.

(Which ones are correct and commonly used?)

  • English -

    i think it is 1,2 and 5

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    Change "me" to "I" in all of the sentences. What all of these sentences mean is No boy is faster than I am.

    Also, the phrase "in my class," should be immediately after the subjects. This is an adjective phrase modifying the subject.

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