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I or Me? Using I or Me
When you write about yourself, you use the pronouns I or me.
I like to go to school.
He gave the book to me.
If the pronoun appears in the subject of a sentence, use I. I was late for school. PredicateSubject
If the pronoun appears in the predicate part of the sentence, use me. Sherry went home with me. PredicateSubject
Using I and Me With Another Name Sometimes we combine the pronouns I and me with another person. Betsy and I like to read. The TV was too loud for Rob and me.
When using I and me with another person, always put other person’s name first.
Bobby and I broke the blue lamp.
Sit beside Terry and me.
So when do you use I or me with the other person’s name?
The “And” Trick! Cover the word “and” plus the other person’s name. Read the sentence and listen for the correct pronoun.
The “And” Trick! Robert and I walked home.
The “And” Trick! Give the paper to Steve and me.
You try it! Find the sentence that correctly uses I and me.
Which sentence is correct? Mike and I worked for hours. Mike and me worked for hours.
Which sentence is correct? Bob and I rode the bus. Bob and me rode the bus.
Which sentence is correct? Help Gary and me paint this. Help Gary and I paint this.
Which sentence is correct? She sits behind Sue and I. She sits behind Sue and me.
Which sentence is correct? Everyone looked at Hal and I. Everyone looked at Hal and me.
Which sentence correctly uses I or me? Mother and I love ice cream. Mother and me love ice cream.
Which sentence correctly uses I or me? Mother and I love ice cream.
Which sentence correctly uses I or me? They wanted help from Ted and I. They wanted help from Ted and me.
Which sentence correctly uses I or me? They wanted help from Ted and me.
Which sentence correctly uses I or me? After Kathy and I finished, we put our books away. After Kathy and me finished, we put our books away.
Which sentence correctly uses I or me? After Kathy and I finished, we put our books away.
Which sentence correctly uses I or me? Move the chair beside John and I. Move the chair beside John and me.
Which sentence correctly uses I or me? Move the chair beside John and me.
Which sentence correctly uses I or me? Mom opened the door for Nana and I. Mom opened the door for Nana and me.
Which sentence correctly uses I or me? Mom opened the door for Nana and me.
Remember: If the pronoun appears in the subject of a sentence, use I. I was late for school. PredicateSubject
Remember: If the pronoun appears in the predicate part of the sentence, use me. Sherry went home with me. PredicateSubject
Remember the “And” Test When using I or me and another person’s name, cover the word “and” the other person’s name to find which pronoun would be used.
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