Here's an example sentence:
I couldn't expect you loved someone else than me.
Or something like that, you get the meaning.
I tried googling "Someone else of me", "Someone else than me". None of the above are correct and/or used.
How do I highlight that that someone is not ME? That I expected that to be me but it turned out it was someone else, but not me?
I've just found out "but not me" would be a good option, however to me it isn't connected to the word "else" as I want it to.
"Someone who differs from me" - you see, differs is 100 percent connected to the "who" word. Whereas "Someone, but who isn't me" is more connected to the "Someone word".
I want to know your opinion on this.
The most beautiful and clear and connected to the "else" word construction there is, what's that?