Isn't it him is an object pronoun and not subject pronoun. Why do we need to use Betty and him and not Betty and he? Please explain. Thank you.

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You use him as an object of a preposition or a verb, so

'He and Betty are friends' is correct.

'Betty and him are friends' is wrong.

'Betty is friends with him' is also correct.

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