I notice when friends are labeling pics on facebook they label them _____ and I. Shouldn't it...be _____ and me?
Yes, it should be ".... and me" if you are saying, "This is a picture of John and me."It is correct to say "John and I went to the fair." It all depends on if you are the subject or the object.You can always test this by taking "John" out of the sentence. ie. "This is a picture of me." (You wouldn't use "I " there.)"I went to the fair." (You wouldn't say "Me went to the fair."
Technically, it should be me and ____.The sentence, "I went to the store." would become, "John and I went to the store.""Thanks for helping me." would become, "Thanks for helping me and John. I think we are so used to being told to say "___ and I." that we get into the habit of over-using it just to be safe. I've heard people do the same thing with "whom".
Yes, I think you're right. It should be the way you set it up in the correction.
Yes, absolutely. If it is the subject of a sentence, it should be "I"Everywhere else, it should be "me"
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