8 thoughts on “ She And Me

  1. Dec 31,  · To make the phrase 'she and me' make more sense, you could say 'me and her', which is still incorrect grammar, however people sometimes make this mistake in colloquial english Me and her are going to the park. -incorrect grammar, but makes better sense than 'she and me '.
  2. May 20,  · She and me have been friends for six years. k-in-sc Senior Member. Decatur, Ga. U.S. English Nov 25, #2 The one with two subject pronouns. D. donram New Member. English - United States Nov 25, #3 anabobana said: Hola!! me podrian explicar cual es el enunciado correcto.
  3. Wrong: She and me went to the store. Always use me if the individual speaking is an object of a preposition or verb. If in doubt, remove the other object. You wouldn't say, "He is talking to I." Right: He is talking to Sarah and me. Wrong: He is talking to Sarah and I. Using he or him, she .
  4. Mar 13,  · In colloquial speech, sometimes people do use 'me' for the subject with 'and'. So ' Me and she' is possible in colloquial speech, though this particular sentence sounds odd to me.
  5. Jun 09,  · Both words are pronouns, but I is a subject pronoun while me is an object pronoun. So, in the sentence, “She and I went to the store,” the correct word to use would be I rather than me. Why? Because I is the subject of the sentence. (Who is going to the store? She and I are going to the store.).
  6. “She and I” because both are subject pronouns. “Her” is an object pronoun so you would use “me” not “I” so it would be “her and me”. See, if the girl is the subject of the sentence along with “I”, then it would be correct to use “She and I”. Ex1: She and I went to dinner.
  7. Jun 11,  · They all make sense, but I wouldn't use 'her and me' or 'me and her', unless when you changed 'her' to a name; like you have in the sentences because 'jane and me.
  8. Dec 26,  · Remember the difference in case between the pronouns. Both I and me are pronouns that we use to refer to ourselves, but I is nominative, suitable for use as the subject of a sentence or clause, and me is accusative, suitable for use as the object of a verb.. Nominative – The nominative case is used when the pronoun is the subject (e.g. "I rode in the car") or, when speaking very formally Views: K.

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