Still typing about the English class I've attended last night, something not-so-new I'm glad to share with but yet still in discussion. When do you use "I" and when do you use "me"? And even Barrack Obama still make those mistakes involving "I" and "me". Since his election, the president has been roundly criticized by bloggers for using "I" instead of "me" in phrases like "a very personal decision for Michelle and I" or "the main disagreement with John and I" or "graciously invited Michelle and I".
Rule: We use "I" as a subject and "me" as an object, whether the pronoun appears by itself or in a twosome. (Further infos, click here)
asnAziz: currently, applying for Shell scholarship (: