Please send the memo to John and [I].
Please send the memo to John and [me].
Incorrect pronoun case:
Use the objective case, me, rather than the subjective case, I, when the pronoun is used as the object of a preposition or a verb.
Tip: To ensure you are using the correct pronoun case when using a pronoun with a proper name, try the sentence without the name. For example, you wouldn’t say, “Please send the memo to I,” so don’t say, “Please send the memo to John and I.”
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See Error Checklist for a compilation of 75 common writing errors.
For more exercises in identifying common errors,
take the M.B.A. exam and the Punctuation and Grammar Challenges.