In the following sentences choose the proper form from the words in italics.
1. My brother and I / me drove to the east end of the town.
2. Between you and I /me things are doubtful.
3. May James and I/ me go to the circus?
4. Will you permit James and I /me to go to the play?
5. Who made that noise? Only I/ me.
6. He introduced us all, I/ me among the rest.
7. He promised to bring candy to Helen and I/ me.
8. Was it I/ me that you asked for?
9. Who spoke? I/ me.
10. I am taken to be he/ him.
11. No, it could not have been me/ I.
12. All have gone but you and I/ me.
13. You suffer more than me/ I.
14. Everyone has failed in the examination except you and I/ me.
15. He asked you and I/ me to come to his office.
16. See if there is any mail for Mary and me/ I.
17. Neither you nor I/ me can teach the class.
18. They think it to be I/ me.
19 I did not see that it was her/ she.
20. It is in fact he/ him.
21. He still believes it to be them/ they.
22. Between you and I /me, it is my opinion that him/ he and John will disagree.
23. We saw John and she/ her; we know it was them/ they.
24. I did not speak of either you or she/ her.
25. Our cousins and we/ us are going to the Art Gallery.
26. Aunt Mary has asked our cousins and us/ we to take dinner at her house.
27. They are more eager than we/ us since they have not seen her for a long time.
28.We /us boys are going to the ball game.
29. The teacher told you and I/ me to stay.
30. The teacher told you and him/ he to stay.
31. The teacher told you and she/ her to stay.
32. There are many miles between England and we/ us.
33. They can't play the game better than we/ us.
34. It is unpleasant for such as they/ them to witness such things.
35. You are nearly as strong as him/ he.
36. All were present but John and he/ him.
37. Father believed it was she/ her.
38. Mother knew it to be her/ she.
39. It was either he/ him or she/ her that called.
40. Because of his/ him being young, they tried to shield him.
41. She told John and me/ I to study.
42. My father allowed my brother and her/ she to go.
43. My brother and she/ her were allowed to go by my father.
44. Turn not away from him/ he that is needy.
45. Neither Frances nor she/ her was at fault.
46. The property goes to they/ them.
47. He thought it was her/ she, but it was him/ he and William who did it.
48. It was through she/ her that word came to me/ I.
49. I thought it was her/ she.
50. I wish you were more like he/ him.
51. I thought it to be she/ her.
52. You are as skillful as she/ her.
53. We escorted her mother and her/ she to the station.
54. She/ her and I/ me are going on the boat.
55. If any are late it will not be us/ we.
56. They/ them and their children have gone abroad.
57. It was not they/ them.
58. It could not have been him/ he.
59. Let them/ they come at once.
60. Will he let us/ we go?
61. Can it be she/ her?