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“Alex and I” vs. “me and Alex” [duplicate]

Is it improper to say "me and Person X"? I always hear it said as "Person X and I", but have personally learned to say "me and Person X". Is there a difference between the two versions and is one of ...
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2answers
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Is naming the first person last proper grammar or just proper manners? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: “My friends and I” vs. “My friends and me” vs. “Me and my friends” I cringe when someone does not follow the rule of naming the first person last: Who went to the party? ...
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1answer
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“He and I”, “Him and me” [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: “My friends and I” vs. “My friends and me” vs. “Me and my friends” Somebody taught me a rule of thumb how to discern if I should use "I" or "Me" when adding self to the end of ...
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2answers
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“Julio and I” vs “I and Julio” [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: “My friends and I” vs. “My friends and me” vs. “Me and my friends” Is naming the first person last proper grammar or just proper manners? "Julio and I went to the schoolyard....
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1answer
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“I”, “me” and “myself” [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: “My friends and I” vs. “My friends and me” vs. “Me and my friends” Can “myself” stand for both “me” and “I” in “my mother and I/me”? What ...
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4answers
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photo caption … me or I? [duplicate]

In a photo caption, if we use the elliptical 'My kids and me', would 'me' be correct, or would 'I' be correct? It seems as though it could go both ways. [This is a picture of] 'My kids and me' or '...
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2answers
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Should personal pronouns always be placed at the end of a list? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: “My friends and I” vs. “My friends and me” vs. “Me and my friends” Is naming the first person last proper grammar or just proper manners? “Julio and I” vs “I and Julio” ...
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use of I and me at the beginning of a sentence [duplicate]

Which one is correct: I and my father are going to the market. Me and my father are going to the market.
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Me and X or X and me? [duplicate]

When should I say, for instance, "Mary and me," and when should I say "Me and Mary?" Example: Which option should I use in the following sentence? After drinking our tea and saying goodbye to ...
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2answers
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Is it “Myself and _____”, “_____ and myself”, or “____ and I”? [duplicate]

For example, "Lucy and I are going to a movie" vs. "Myself and Lucy are going to a movie" vs. "Lucy and myself are going to a movie"
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1answer
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“I and my wife” or “My wife and I”? [duplicate]

A native English speaker said to her students that "I and my wife have ..." is wrong & we have to say "My wife and I have ..." Why did she say it's wrong?
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Using nominative “I” instead of objective “me” in plural phrases [duplicate]

I hear people saying, "He said it to my wife and I" when they would never say, "He said it to I." Why are people so inconsistent?
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3answers
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John, Valencia, and I (or me)? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicates: Should I Put Myself Last (“me and you” vs “you and me”)? When do I use “I” instead of “me?” Who wants ice-cream? When ...
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2answers
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Do you use “me” as the subject? [duplicate]

When I was reading an English web site on the Internet (BBC's 6 Minutes English), I came across this sentence: At the weekends, me and my sisters didn't go to cybercafes or the cinema or hang ...
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Me and Susie are going to dinner. [duplicate]

Is it ever correct to say "Me and Jon are going to the movies"?

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