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Topic: "Ivan and I" or "Me and Ivan"
Posted: Monday, January 12, 2015 12:10:26 AM
imm_los wrote:
I've always been told that 'XYZ and I' is correct whereas 'me and XYZ' is not. Disregarding all, recently one of my teachers told me that depending on the usage both are correct. Won't that be breaking the rule or is there some sort leniency for this case? Can anyone explain? PLEASE.

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they're both correct when used by the I/me subject vs. predicate rule. though most only use 'me and XYZ' in dialog. honestly, how many people use proper grammar when speaking? Eh?