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    Correct use of pronouns

    Me and John are sitting in a room at my home.
    John and I are sitting in a room at my home.
    John and me are sitting in a room at my home.
    I and John are sitting in a room at my home.

    Which one is grammatically correct and why?

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    Re: Correct use of pronouns

    This question has been answered here.

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