Sometimes, choosing the correct pronoun can be difficult.
“Ron and ____ left.”
So, here, you either need to insert the pronoun “Ron and I left“, or “Ron and me left“.
So, how do you choose the correct one? Well, I’ll go ahead and tell you that the correct response is “I“. This sentence should read:
“Ron and I left.”
Now, there is a grammatical way to come to that conclusion, but there’s an easy trick to figure it out.
Try removing the first noun of the sentence. So, if we remove “Ron” and “and“, and then we just read the sentence like this, it’s much more easy to figure out which pronoun to use.
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