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    Object Personal Pronoun

    Is this sentence correct:
    Uncle Jim sent you and me a present.

    My daughter's teacher crossed it out and said the correct one is "Uncle Jim sent you and I a present".

    She insisted that is the correct one? I am pretty sure it is you and me because it is an object personal pronoun. Can somebody help?

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    Re: Object Personal Pronoun

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Is this sentence correct:
    Uncle Jim sent you and me a present.

    My daughter's teacher crossed it out and said the correct one is "Uncle Jim sent you and I a present".

    She insisted that is the correct one? I am pretty sure it is you and me because it is an object personal pronoun. Can somebody help?
    you are right

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