December 27, 2016

Difference between I and me-Explained

Difference between I and meDifference between I and me

There is a huge difference between I and me.

Both I and me are first person singular pronouns, means that they are used by one person to refer to himself or herself. I is the subject pronoun,  whereas me is the object pronoun.

I  is used as the subject of a verb, the one “doing” the verb, as in these examples:

I am preparing for CAT Exam.

I know how to make a chicken Pizza.

Me is the object pronoun, which means that it is used as the receiver of the action of the verb, as in these examples:

John is helping me prepare for CAT Exam.

They appreciated me for making a delicious Pizza.

This Pizza was made by me( me is also used to indicate first person singular subject in passive speech)

Me can also be used as the object of a preposition, such as to or with, as in these examples:

John gave his favourite Tshirt to me.

Do you want to play cricket with me?

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