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Duplicate of:
Who wants ice-cream?

What is the answer to the question:

Who came yesterday?

Is it "I" or "Me"?

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    Possible duplicate of When do I use "I" instead of "me?", and Which is correct "you and I" or "you and me"?, and many others.
    – Alenanno
    Jul 6 '11 at 8:27
  • @Alenanno: Me is informal in this case ... Jul 6 '11 at 8:30
  • @Homam: check out these excellently informative answers by an actual linguist: one, two, three.
    – RegDwigнt
    Jul 6 '11 at 9:03
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    @Akram: first of all, me is extremely widespread even in formal contexts. Secondly and most importantly, "informal" is not "wrong", contrary to what you suggest in your answer.
    – RegDwigнt
    Jul 6 '11 at 9:10
  • @Reg: Thanks for confirmation. I wasn't sure, but I didn't find it "wrong" to say "Me." if a professor calls you for example or in some business meeting (if you can consider them formal contexts).
    – Alenanno
    Jul 6 '11 at 9:57
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The right answer is I. From I did.

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    Sorry, this is wrong. The unmarked form for pronouns in English is the objective, not the nominative one. This has been discussed over and over and over and over again.
    – RegDwigнt
    Jul 6 '11 at 9:06

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