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“Do you want to come with Lucy and I?”

“Do you want to come with Lucy and me?”

When do we say “I” instead of “me” and “me” instead of “I”?

Thank you 😊

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    A simple trick is to remove 'Lucy and' - would you say "Do you want to come with I?", or "Do you want to come with me?" – marcellothearcane Jun 21 at 20:03
  • Oh! Thank you very much! It’s been very helpful 😊✨ – Nina Jun 21 at 20:06
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    And another example, "Jane and I/me would like to go to the store". – marcellothearcane Jun 21 at 20:08
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    In this case, we use “I” since we have a conjugated verb following the pronouns? “I would like to go to the store” not “me would like to go to the store?” – Nina Jun 21 at 20:12
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    Yayyy! 😀 Thank you very much for the help you provided! I am not a native speaker, but I learn English everyday so I can get better at it! ✨ – Nina Jun 21 at 20:20
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Do you want to come with Lucy and me?

because Lucy and me are the object(s) of the sentence.

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