Grammar and Structure Revision MCQ Test With Answers – Odd One Out Exercise 1

Grammar and Structure Revision MCQ Test With Answers - Odd One Out Exercise 1



Your task, should you accept it, is to trace down and apprehend the odd-man-out !! A Mission Impossible? Hardly...
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  1. In question #05, could you please explain why ‘me’ is considered correct in the sentence: “Me accept a present from him!” Thanks for your help.

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    • Me certainly sounds normal and correct even though the object pronoun is used at the beginning of the second sentence rather than a subject pronoun. You obviously know that people generally use subject pronouns rather than object pronouns when they refer to the subjects of sentences.

      There are a few sentence patterns in which people normally use me rather than I in reference to themselves as the subjects of sentences. This is one of the unusual examples of the idiomatic use of object pronouns in reference to subjects.

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