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hubris, what is?
Using your “I” without lensesThat rule leads to a lot of confusion. How many of you say or write “just between you and I.”
• “Set up the meeting with coffee for the manager and me.”
The second one is correct.
ProofDon’t believe me? Here’s the way to test it: take out the other noun in the phrase.
- “Set up the meeting with coffee for
the manager andI.”
- “Set up the meeting with coffee for I.”
That doesn’t sound right, does it?
Let’s watch out for this one. Remember, in a prepositional phrase, use the objective forms of pronouns:
- for x and me
- between you and me
- for Iris and him
- among Lara, Bogdan and her.
Looking forward to it!