Aug 9, 2010 ... Always try using "I" or "me" in the singular, for the same sentence. .... Going by the
rules you should say It is I. Through widespread use, ...
If you are not good with grammar concepts like subject and objects, there is still a
... And whatever you do, please don't use a subject pronoun and object pronoun
together! .... I believe this is why so many people always use I instead of me.
Do you sometimes struggle to know which of these pronouns to use? ... noun
Clare, forms the subject of the sentence, so you need to use I rather than me.
Usually it's easy to decide which one to use: I like it! She hit me. Give it to me. You
use "I" as the subject of a sentence, and "me" as the object. In most sentences ...
Me is the object pronoun, used as the object (or receiver) of the action of the verb,
as in these ... If you're having trouble deciding which one to use in a particular
sentence, here's a hint: Take out the other person, and it should be clearer.
Feb 9, 2015 ... When relating a story, do you wonder whether to say, "Hector and I ... If you're
trying to determine which pronoun to use in a sentence with a ...
... and me. Consider the following sentence: You and I should have lunch. ...
Fortunately, there's an easy way to decide whether to use I or me in such
It should be “Jim and I” because if I were slopping the hogs alone I would never
say ... If you refer to yourself first, the same rule applies: It's not “Me and Jim are ...
party from the sentences where you feel tempted to use “myself” as an object or ...
Jan 16, 2012 ... This is the sentence: "Dan stayed with me and Julie during the show." Or should it
be: "Dan stayed with Julie and I during the show."? ... I remember which to use by
considering exactly what you said: I think of it in terms of one ...
Me. You don't need to learn how to diagram a sentence to be able to learn the
rules ...... Informal spoken responses often wrongly use object pronouns instead