Please settle a dispute in the office (between the boss and me!) of when to use I and when to use me.
"Thank you for coming to our hotel to meet X and me (or is the boss right and it is I?)"
"Just a short note from X and me" (or, again, is the boss right and is it I?)
Your help would be greatly appreciated please.
In the first, it should be 'me' because it is the object of the verb meet. In the second, it should 'me' because we use the object case after a preposition.
He met I. (incorrect)
He met John and I. (incorrect)
Just a short note from I. incorrect)
Just a short note from John and I. (incorrect)
Adding a second person doesn't change the fact that they are object pronouns. Your boss might be thinking of errors like 'Me and John went out' instead of 'John and I went out', but there it is the subject.