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    Should this pronoun be in the subjective or objective case?

    In the sentence "Let's play a game with you as the red team and me as the blue team," should the pronoun me be in the subjective case instead? If that be the case, why?

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    Re: Should this pronoun be in the subjective or objective case?

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDoe12345 View Post
    "Let's play a game with you as the red team and me as the blue team," should the pronoun me be in the subjective case instead?
    'me' follows 'with'.

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