Bill Flanagan of the grammar police on “I and me”

Time now for a public service announcement from first-person-singular-pronoun policeman Bill Flanagan of VH1:

I know it sounds snobby to point this out, but in the last 10 or 15 years, millions of intelligent English-speaking people have become flummoxed by when to use “I,” and when to use “me.” You hear it all the time: READ MORE

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One Response to Bill Flanagan of the grammar police on “I and me”

  1. coachwrite says:

    Using “I” when “me” is more appropriate is like lifting the little finger when sipping vodka from a china cup 🙂

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