The only one that I pick up is my DP says "anythink" with a k not a g lol
Harass. It's HAR-rass, not har-RASS.
But "John took Hannah and I to the movies" would be incorrect, just as "John took I to the movies" is incorrect. Hannah being in the sentence doesn't change the grammatical structure, so it would be incorrect to switch "me" to "I".
Does that make sense?
If you can take the first bit out and it still makes sense, it's right.
Hannah and I went to the pool = I went to the pool.
Hannah and me went to the pool = Me went to the pool.
Would you come to the pool with Hannah and me = would you come to the pool with me.
Would you come to the pool with Hannah and I = would you come to the pool with I. Quite wrong.
If people say draws, what's the singular? A draw?! I honestly never knew that was a common mistake. I guess they sound similar!
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