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While I can see the argument for "the most important ones about me" being a "subject" (if the full sentence were "The person in the first section is ___", you could make a case for either "I" or "me"), the question is what role "me" has within "the most important ones about me". And within ...


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No, your second sentence is not correct. You are correct that the verb be (here appearing as "are") does not take an object, and that "the most important ones about me" is effectively a subject. (Actually it's a subject complement.) But "about me" qualifies the head noun most important ones which is in the subjective case. In ...


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It is the word "about" that determines whether to use "me" in this case. This book is about me This book is about you This book is about her This book is about us This book is about you This book is about them similarly with "for" This book is for me This book is for you This book is for her This book is for us This book is for ...


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