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Reply Wed 10 Jun, 2020 12:14 pm
Which sentence is correct:

Hunter is in the process of setting up a time for him and Brennon to meet with the customer to discuss the estimate.
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Hunter is in the process of setting up a time for he and Brennon to meet with the customer to discuss the estimate.
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Reply Thu 11 Jun, 2020 01:50 pm
@LBrinkmann,
LBrinkmann wrote:

Hunter is in the process of setting up a time for him and Brennon to meet with the customer to discuss the estimate.

You must break down the phrase ...”setting up a time for him“
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“setting up a time for Brennan”.

Using this method allows you to know when to choose the proper personal pronoun. It should sound correct when used in a standalone circumstance.
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