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    #1

    I and me

    Hi,
    Once I found someone say in their conversation just like this
    A: She is confused with her new lesson and B answered
    B: Me too.
    What I want to ask is whether "ME" is correct or not? or the answer must be I am too?
    thanks for the answer.

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    Re: I and me

    Quote Originally Posted by nuharani View Post
    Hi,
    Once I found someone say in their conversation just like this
    A: She is confused with her new lesson and B answered
    B: Me too.
    What I want to ask is whether "ME" is correct or not? or the answer must be I am too?
    thanks for the answer.
    The most grammatically correct response is 'I am too.', because "I" is a subject pronoun. You could also say 'So am I'.
    But 'me too' is what is usually said in oral and informal English and is considered correct too. So it is perfectly acceptable in your example, but 'me too' should probably be avoided if you want to use very formal English.

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