Me vs I - English Grammar - Teaching Tips


In this video we take a look at the difference between "me" and "I". While they are often used without a problem in normal sentences, they are often used incorrectly in certain situations. For example, in the sentence "can you send the report to Ian and I" the use of "I" is incorrect. It should be "can you send the report to Ian and me" The reason for this is that "I" is a subject pronoun and ?me" is an object pronoun. If you remove Ian from the sentence, it becomes clear that the use of "I" is wrong. You would not say ?can you send the report to I" but you would say "can you send the report to me?". This is an easy trick to see which of the two is the correct one. Watch the video and give it a try.

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The future tense of verbs expresses events or actions that have not yet happened and that will happen at some point in the future.↵There are four future verb tenses in English.↵Simple future tense↵Future continuous tense↵Future perfect tense↵Future perfect continuous tense↵There are also several other ways to talk about the future without using a future verb tense like using the present continuous to talk about future arrangements, using the simple present to talk about scheduled events, and using "going" to talk about the future.↵