What about in an "are" sentence. For example, "Aiden and I are wearing matching

  1. luisv714 profile image54
    luisv714posted 7 years ago

    What about in an "are" sentence. For example, "Aiden and I are wearing matching shirts," versus,...

    "Aiden and me are wearing matching shirts."

  2. SteveoMc profile image74
    SteveoMcposted 7 years ago

    Try the sentence without Aiden in it....does it make sense?  I am wearing.....   vs. Me am wearing.....    As you can see it is clearly I am wearing....   Add Aiden back and "Aiden and I are wearing ...."  is the correct grammar.

  3. luisv714 profile image54
    luisv714posted 7 years ago

    Thanks very much Steve.  I think what was throwing me off was the "are" part of the sentence.  I wasn't changing that to "am".

 
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