I wonder who(m) she met this morning. ... However, some prescriptivists continue
to defend whom as the only "correct" form in functions other than the subject.
A. Your response was the correct one. “This is she” is grammatically correct. The
verb “to be” acts as a linking verb, equating subject and object. So this is she ...
Oct 14, 2010 ... Traditional grammarians prefer the nominative ("she") for the complement of the
verb "to be". Most usage in my experience prefers the ...
Jun 15, 2006 ... “This is she” is grammatically correct. The verb “to be” acts as a linking verb,
equating subject and object. So this is she and she is this; “she” ...
Feb 28, 2007 ... A: If you want to be strictly correct, say “This is she” or (responding to a question) “
Yes, it is I.” Many people find these too formal, however.
Aug 23, 2014 ... Before I tell you the correct way to answer this question, I want to walk through
the ... For starters, let's break down the sentence “This is she/her.
Technically, 'This is she' is the right answer. In Latin, the pronoun following the
copula ('is') is supposed to be in the nominative case, i.e. he/she/I/we....
Yes yes, "This is she" is correct. People always whine, though, that doing this is
stuffy and pretentious. This is why I have taken to referring to myself and others in
Mar 4, 2008 ... Her is speaking is incorrect, but she is speaking is correct. Now if asked, is this
Liz, then you would say yes, I am her, because there is no ...
Apr 27, 2009 ... I believe that it is very important for people to know the correct form so that ... The
nominative case is used for the pronouns I, he, she, we, they, ...