Learn how to use “I” and “me” properly, and avoid one of the most common grammatical errors. First, learn the quick trick to getting it right. Then, get the more thorough explanation of subjective and objective verbs.

Knowing the difference between subjects and objects—or at least being able to hear the difference—can help you out with tricky choices like “she” and “her,” “they” and “them” and “who” and “whom.”

This video also touches briefly on the idea of gender-neutral singular pronouns, like “ze” and “hir” as well as the use of the singular “they” and “them.”

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