Is it ‘with me’ or is it ‘with I’?

DiceAnna Nolan’s little ditties might help you remember some of those tricky grammar points. This one is not only difficult for non-native speakers!

‘WITH ME’ VERSUS ‘WITH I’
You must never even try
Saying, “Come with Greg and I”,
For it’s always – you will see –
Always, “Come with Greg and me”.

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Written by Christine Burgmer

27. January 2015