What about in an "are" sentence. For example, "Aiden and I are wearing matching shirts," versus,...
"Aiden and me are wearing matching shirts."
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.
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".
by luisv714 10 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."
by Aficionada 7 years ago
Why do some people use a singular noun when they start a phrase with "one of your . . . "?They might continue by saying "[one of your] best/worst/favorite/least-favorite/best-loved/most-hated" or something similar. Do you have a grammar theory?
by Teresa Schultz 8 years ago
Profile English and hub English not matching up?Have you ever come across a beautifully written hub, and because you are intrigued, you go look at the author's profile only to find that the English used to describe themselves on their profile is really poor English? I don't mean just a bit of fun...
by Ghaelach 8 years ago
At the beginning of a sentence it's quite clear we use a capital letter (ie.I), but in the middle of a sentnce do I use the small i when it's on it's own (i) or do I use it's larger brother the capital (I)?? also when I break a sentence with a comma (,) is it correct to use "and" after...
by raf06304047 2 months ago
" I tried so hard and got so far"- what does this sentence mean in English. Please tell in...details and give me some example of this sentence.
by Kari Poulsen 2 years ago
Would someone mind reading through my article. I need a second set of eyes to look for any spelling or grammar issues I may have missed. Thank you in advance. https://hubpages.com/relationships/20-W … hes-a-Lady
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