Using the objective case after the conjunction than

Using the objective case after the conjunction than

Don’t Say:
My sister is taller than me.

Say:
My sister is taller than I (am).

Note:
Use the objective case in spoken English You’re much taller than me. The word than is a conjunction, and can only be followed by a pronoun in the nonunative case The verb coming after the pronoun is generaliy omitted.