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    Which is the correct grammer?

    Should I say, Danielle, Heather, Robbie and I or me?

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    Re: Which is the correct grammer?


    Where the names are the subject of the sentence, you'd better say:
    "Danielle, Heather, Robbie and I" = He + He + She + I

    People tend to say, " ....and me " but this is not grammatically correct.

    If they are in place of an object, then you'd say:

    Daneille invited Heather, Robbie and me
    Subject + verb + object ( him, her and me )
    Last edited by Y-o-u-s-e-f; 24-Nov-2008 at 21:54.

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    Re: Which is the correct grammer?

    [i'm not a teacher]

    It depends on the sentences

    Danielle, Heather, Robbie and I are going to fly to Hannover next month.

    Our group has 4 members: Danielle, Heather, Robbie and me.

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