And, in other words. After a verb
you will use "him" (not "he").
From previous examples:
"Nothing in this world nothing would make him
She likes him
Hey! not so fast! (pera ainda!)
After a verb, when the pronoun (him) is the ''product" of the question "who" OR when it comes after a preposition (as in the second from the following questions):
Hence, "Who would not stay for anything in the world
?" = himWho is liked by her
? = him
=============He likes her.
Who is liked by him? = her.
So, the corollary of this explanation is that in the beggining of a sentence (generally, in the beggining of a sentence comes a subject of it, so I mean if the pronoun is the subject...) him/her
won´t be used (não será usado). Instead, the pronoun of choice will be he/she
.http://www.englishgrammar.org/words-hes ... r-hishers/