DO we say "My I did it with him."?


Is it a correct English? My I did it with my mom?

asked Sep 20 '11 at 07:30 rakotomalala dinah New member

I came form Madagascar and we use to say "Me I" is it a correct English? thank you rakotomalala dinahSep 20 '11 at 07:32

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I think what you are trying to say is simply:


I did it with my mom.


The pronoun 'I' is the subject case.  'My' is the pronoun used to show ownership or possession.

link comment answered Sep 21 '11 at 13:20 Kimberly Expert

I hate to say it, knowing how hard it is to become fluent in another language, but you two aren't making any sense at all.  I can't even figure out what the real question is.

link comment answered Sep 20 '11 at 18:14 Donna New member

I really can't understand what this sentence means.Telling "May I do it with my mom?" does make better sense,I think. 

link comment answered Sep 20 '11 at 20:16 Rizaline New member

I think " May I did it with my mom?" is the correct one. You use to say "May I " not " My I" .

link comment answered Sep 20 '11 at 14:51 Sndp New member

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