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    "Me and my family" or "I and my family"

    1." Me and my family had a great time together."
    2. "I and my family had a great time together."

    Which one is grammatically correct?

    Thanks : )

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    Re: "Me and my family" or "I and my family"

    I would say 'My family and I', but I am not a teacher.

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    Re: "Me and my family" or "I and my family"

    Would you say "me had a great time"?

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