When to use Me and I? What is the correct use of the pronouns Me and I?
'I' is always subject: I study English. You and I study English
'Me' is object: This is for me. this is for you and me.
'I' before verb. 'Me' afetr verb or preposition.
Hope it helps.
Quelle est la solution magic pour que je puisse communiquer en français??
How to use "bit"?
what is the difference of yet and already in making a question or when we put it at the end of the sentence?
"Merci pour" ou "merci de" ?
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