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Joined: December 29, 2005
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What Wayne has said is partially true.
This is the most definitive rule, to cover that issue.
use I when you are referring to the subject, and me when it is the object. Viz. Niti, Bill Gates and I went to lunch, and I paid.
But you will use me when it is the object.
Viz. Niti and Bill gates went to lunch, but they asked me for money.
Read the last para carefully.
So in effect: IT IS I is correct :)
December 29, 2005, 4:33am
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