me and Ann or Ann and I ?

by Cathy

I know it is suppose to be Ann and I.

Where can I find an explanation as to why this is true, so that I can explain it to someone else who needs to understand?

Thanks :)

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Nov 06, 2013
It depends...
by: Anonymous

You remove the other name to determine. For instance, if you want someone to call you and Ann, you say "Please call Ann and me"--because if you remove Ann, it's "Please call me." OTOH, if you're using some action, such as "Ann and I went to the movies," then you remove the name and it's "I went to the movies." You wouldn't say "Please call I" or "Me went to the movies."

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