Member Blogs > Books at the M.A.D. House ArtistsHim and I? Him and ME? He and I?

  • Wed, 06 Jun 2012 03:23:31    Permalink
    I have had it.Here is the SIMPLE way you determine if you should use “Him and me” or Him and I” or He and I” You take, for example, the sentence:”I ‘did something to/for’ my neighbor and I”. If the sentence sounds correct once you have removed “my neighbor” then the form of I/Me is correct. Here it is without the neighbor: I ‘did something to/for I’. NOPE. The correct form would be “I did something to/for my neighbor and ME. Always putting my neighbor first, but also remember THE CORRECT PERSONAL PRONOUN. FOR PITY’S SAKE.That is all.

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