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    Me or I

    Which is correct?

    If there is ever a question Susie needs to ask Denise or I.


    If there is ever a question Susie needs to ask me or Denise.


    If there is ever a question Susie needs to ask Denise or me.

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    Re: Me or I

    The first is wrong, except in Bob Marley's songs.

    The test is to separate and break down the sentence: is it Susie needs to ask me, or Susie needs to ask I? Right, it's me, so use the second or third option.

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    Re: Me or I

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Which is correct?

    If there is ever a question Susie needs to ask Denise or I.


    If there is ever a question Susie needs to ask me or Denise.


    If there is ever a question Susie needs to ask Denise or me.
    I agree with the poster above. Additionally,


    Susie needs to ask one of us, either Denise or me / either me or Denise.

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    Re: Me or I

    I could till you the first one is wrong but the second and the third phrase is right

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