Pronouns: I and Me

Recognize when to use “I” or “me” in a sentence

“I” should be used when it is the subject of a sentence, and “me” when it is the object in a sentence predicate. The choice can be confusing, even to native English speakers, when the pronoun is at the end of one or more other nouns. The easiest way to ensure that the right form is being used in this case is to read the sentence without the other nouns and see if it still sounds correct.