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Natalia is a better cook than me

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asked by Anonymous
  1. No.

    "Natalia is a better cook than I.

    In this construction, the last word "am" is understood.

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. Natalia is a better cook than me
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    Natalia is a better cook than I

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    posted by Gayle

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