It’s easy to mistake “I” for “me” and vice versa in sentences that are about you and another person; fortunately, there’s an easy way to remember which is the right word to use! In most every sentence, you’ll want to use “I” before the verb and “me” after it.
Have a look at these examples below; use “I” before the verb:
Alfred and I aren’t having any of it!
Farrah, the girls, and I took up Irish Riverdance classes last week.
You and I are going to make beautiful music together.
Remember to use “me” after the verb:
Jarvis drove Alfred and me to the market for some magic beans.
They’ve always liked Farrah and me—and for good reason!
A: Who could go for some waffles? B: Jarvis and me.
And last but not least my friends, you should come last in the list.
It’s “Alfred and me / Alfred and I” not “me and Alfred / I and Alfred.”