The man, along with he and they, chopped down the tree.


The man, along with him and them, chopped down the tree.

I think it's the first one, but I'm not sure why. Thanks!!



Him and them are objects of the preposition with, so objective case should be used.

If the sentence didn't have with, you would use subject (or nominative) pronouns.

The man, he, and they chopped down the tree.

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