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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

It is I? or It is me?

This is easy when you have my Handy Dandy Pronoun Guide. Think of subjects as the Do-er and objects as the Do-ee.  Because the pronoun “it” is the subject, what follows “is” comes from the Subject column. It is I (both “it” and “I” are subjects). “Me” is an object, sorry, Me!

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