Use of "I" versus "me"

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Which is better?

 

Thank you very much for the referral of Mr. Martin and Buddy and your continued trust in Rainy and me to care for your patients and clients.

 

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Thank you very much for the referral of Mr. Martin and Buddy and your continued trust in Rainy and I to care for your patients and clients.

asked Nov 13 '12 at 03:40 Dennis Aron New member

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Thank you very much for the referral of Mr. Martin and Buddy and your continued trust in Rainy and me to care for your patients and clients. This sounds better to me.

link comment answered Nov 13 '12 at 03:42 sanjay Expert
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Sanjay is correct, and here is why. 'Me' is the object of the preposition 'in', therefore, it uses the objective form. It makes is easier if you remove the other part of the object and just try the pronoun by itself. '...trust in me.' vs '...trust in I.'

link comment answered Nov 13 '12 at 13:31 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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