How to use the words I and me correctly in English
She and I are going to the store.
At the store, an award was given for using the English language correctly to she and me.
If you use the English language regularly, it should be easy to recognize when a mistake is made in a sentence like this. Simply remove the "she and" from the sentence. You wouldn't say "me are going to the store", would you? Or "the award was given to I"?
I hope that this helps. And, no, I won't correct you in public, that would be rude. That's why I wrote this.
Posted by Brad Hall