Me and my mom or my mom and I?

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Me and my mom or my mom and I?

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  • My mom and I is correct because I is a subjective pronoun. Me and my mom is not correct because me is an objective pronoun.

  • Depends on the rest of the sentence. Think of it like this…. if you can break down the clause into two separate sentences that make sense then that is the correct form. With “My mom and I are going to the store” It is correct, because “My mom is going to the store”…. and “I am going to the store”. With “He is going to go with my mom and me” – this is correct in the context of the sentence used… because “He is going with my mom”… and “he is going with me”. If you said ” He is going with my mom and I” in the last sentence, it would be incorrect gramatically because “he” is not going with “I”, “He is going with ME”. So, as you can see, it depends on the rest of the sentence. The correct form is the one that is correct when broken into two separate sentences.So, with that in mind, your friend is incorrect as to the gramatical correctness of “My mom and me always use Google Earth”, it should be “My mom and I use Google Earth”.

    Source(s): Years of trying to figure it out myself finally paid off!
  • “My mom and I” is correct. “Me and my Mom” is not.

    Take out the “and my mom”

    Would you say “me always use google earth”? No you would say “I always use google earth.

  • They are NOT both correct. In your sentence, only “my mom and I” is proper English grammar.

  • you can say “me and my mom” if it applies to the subject alone. you don’t say “me use google earth.” you say “i use google earth.” so yeah. use i not me.

  • No, your friend is incorrect; the proper way is to say, ‘My Mum and I, always use google earth’.

    Saying, ‘Me and my Mom’, is very incorrect.

  • “My mom and I” is correct. “Me any my mom” is not, however it is very common slang.

  • Yeah, I think they’re both correct ’cause they both make sense

  • “My mom and I” is classically correct. “Me and my mom” is grammatically correct but very informal.

  • “I” or “me” always go at the end of the list. So even if it was “me” rather than “I” it’d be “my Mom and me” rather than “me and my Mom.”

    Use “I” for a subject and “me” for the object. One trick is: get rid of the other names in the list, and see what sounds right. “Me always use Google Earth” sounds wrong. So in that case, use “I.”

    “My Mom and I always use Google Earth” is right.

    “Me and my Mom always use Google Earth” is wrong.

    “I and my Mom always use Google Earth” is wrong.

    “My Mom and me always use Google Earth” is wrong.

    “Come look at Google Earth with my Mom and me” is right.

    “Come look at Google Earth with my Mom and I” is wrong.

    “Come look at Google Earth with I and my Mom” is wrong.

    “Come look at Google Earth with me and my Mom” is wrong.

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Me and my mom or my mom and I?

SOMEONE ASKED 👇

Me and my mom or my mom and I?

HERE THE ANSWERS 👇

  • My mom and I is correct because I is a subjective pronoun. Me and my mom is not correct because me is an objective pronoun.

  • Depends on the rest of the sentence. Think of it like this…. if you can break down the clause into two separate sentences that make sense then that is the correct form. With “My mom and I are going to the store” It is correct, because “My mom is going to the store”…. and “I am going to the store”. With “He is going to go with my mom and me” – this is correct in the context of the sentence used… because “He is going with my mom”… and “he is going with me”. If you said ” He is going with my mom and I” in the last sentence, it would be incorrect gramatically because “he” is not going with “I”, “He is going with ME”. So, as you can see, it depends on the rest of the sentence. The correct form is the one that is correct when broken into two separate sentences.So, with that in mind, your friend is incorrect as to the gramatical correctness of “My mom and me always use Google Earth”, it should be “My mom and I use Google Earth”.

    Source(s): Years of trying to figure it out myself finally paid off!
  • “My mom and I” is correct. “Me and my Mom” is not.

    Take out the “and my mom”

    Would you say “me always use google earth”? No you would say “I always use google earth.

  • They are NOT both correct. In your sentence, only “my mom and I” is proper English grammar.

  • you can say “me and my mom” if it applies to the subject alone. you don’t say “me use google earth.” you say “i use google earth.” so yeah. use i not me.

  • No, your friend is incorrect; the proper way is to say, ‘My Mum and I, always use google earth’.

    Saying, ‘Me and my Mom’, is very incorrect.

  • “My mom and I” is correct. “Me any my mom” is not, however it is very common slang.

  • Yeah, I think they’re both correct ’cause they both make sense

  • “My mom and I” is classically correct. “Me and my mom” is grammatically correct but very informal.

  • “I” or “me” always go at the end of the list. So even if it was “me” rather than “I” it’d be “my Mom and me” rather than “me and my Mom.”

    Use “I” for a subject and “me” for the object. One trick is: get rid of the other names in the list, and see what sounds right. “Me always use Google Earth” sounds wrong. So in that case, use “I.”

    “My Mom and I always use Google Earth” is right.

    “Me and my Mom always use Google Earth” is wrong.

    “I and my Mom always use Google Earth” is wrong.

    “My Mom and me always use Google Earth” is wrong.

    “Come look at Google Earth with my Mom and me” is right.

    “Come look at Google Earth with my Mom and I” is wrong.

    “Come look at Google Earth with I and my Mom” is wrong.

    “Come look at Google Earth with me and my Mom” is wrong.

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Me and my mom or my mom and I?

SOMEONE ASKED 👇

Me and my mom or my mom and I?

HERE THE ANSWERS 👇

  • My mom and I is correct because I is a subjective pronoun. Me and my mom is not correct because me is an objective pronoun.

  • Depends on the rest of the sentence. Think of it like this…. if you can break down the clause into two separate sentences that make sense then that is the correct form. With “My mom and I are going to the store” It is correct, because “My mom is going to the store”…. and “I am going to the store”. With “He is going to go with my mom and me” – this is correct in the context of the sentence used… because “He is going with my mom”… and “he is going with me”. If you said ” He is going with my mom and I” in the last sentence, it would be incorrect gramatically because “he” is not going with “I”, “He is going with ME”. So, as you can see, it depends on the rest of the sentence. The correct form is the one that is correct when broken into two separate sentences.So, with that in mind, your friend is incorrect as to the gramatical correctness of “My mom and me always use Google Earth”, it should be “My mom and I use Google Earth”.

    Source(s): Years of trying to figure it out myself finally paid off!
  • “My mom and I” is correct. “Me and my Mom” is not.

    Take out the “and my mom”

    Would you say “me always use google earth”? No you would say “I always use google earth.

  • They are NOT both correct. In your sentence, only “my mom and I” is proper English grammar.

  • you can say “me and my mom” if it applies to the subject alone. you don’t say “me use google earth.” you say “i use google earth.” so yeah. use i not me.

  • No, your friend is incorrect; the proper way is to say, ‘My Mum and I, always use google earth’.

    Saying, ‘Me and my Mom’, is very incorrect.

  • “My mom and I” is correct. “Me any my mom” is not, however it is very common slang.

  • Yeah, I think they’re both correct ’cause they both make sense

  • “My mom and I” is classically correct. “Me and my mom” is grammatically correct but very informal.

  • “I” or “me” always go at the end of the list. So even if it was “me” rather than “I” it’d be “my Mom and me” rather than “me and my Mom.”

    Use “I” for a subject and “me” for the object. One trick is: get rid of the other names in the list, and see what sounds right. “Me always use Google Earth” sounds wrong. So in that case, use “I.”

    “My Mom and I always use Google Earth” is right.

    “Me and my Mom always use Google Earth” is wrong.

    “I and my Mom always use Google Earth” is wrong.

    “My Mom and me always use Google Earth” is wrong.

    “Come look at Google Earth with my Mom and me” is right.

    “Come look at Google Earth with my Mom and I” is wrong.

    “Come look at Google Earth with I and my Mom” is wrong.

    “Come look at Google Earth with me and my Mom” is wrong.

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