Which is correct?

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Please send all e-mails to

(a) her and me

(b) her and I

(c) she and I

See example:

Please send all e-mails her her and me.
asked Jun 22 '11 at 16:39 Kelly Chapman New member

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"her and me" is correct. Both "her" and "me" are objective pronouns, and are correctly used as the object of the sentence. You can test the rule of which pronoun case to use by using only one pronoun and seeing if it sounds right:

 

"Please send all emails to me."

"Please send all emails to her."

 

"her and me" might sound awkward because so many of us have had it beaten into our heads that "she and I" is always correct. This is not the case-- "she" and "I" are subjective case pronouns, and should only be used as the subject of a sentence:

 

"She and I will receive all the emails."

"She will receive all the emails."

"I will receive all the emails."

link comment answered Jun 23 '11 at 05:16 Collane Ramsey Expert
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He saw HER talking ... He saw ME talking = He saw her and me talking. You would not say "He saw she talking" and even worse you would not say "He saw I talking". Sometimes splitting up the sentence can clarify the gramatical errors.

link comment answered May 14 at 16:19 Liana M. Petritsch New member
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He saw her and I talking.

link answered May 19 at 13:03 OLUFUNKE New member

No he saw her and me talking.

Karen LeutzSep 06 at 05:22

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is he and hyde correct or hyde and him?

link comment answered Sep 06 at 01:21 Kelley Burhans New member
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I tend to perfer writing our names in a situation such as this:

 

Please address all emails to both Susan and I.

 

Mark

link comment answered Jun 23 '11 at 13:54 Mark Issac New member
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What if I wanted to say: "He saw she and I talking." Is it correct to you 'she and I' in that context?

Thank you.

link comment answered Mar 27 at 12:44 Katherine Emerson New member

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