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New post 28 Apr 2007, 20:19
are both these sentences correct? Is there a "GMAT preferred" structure to choose which one is the correct one?

The waiter broughtthe tacos to Bob and me.
The waiter broughtthe tacos to Bob and I.

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New post 28 Apr 2007, 20:52
bmwhyper2,
i is a subject pronoun and me is a object pronoun

in your case pronoun is part of object so me is the correct form

The waiter brought the tacos to Bob and me.

now this can be re-written with I as pronoun

Bob and I asked the waiter to get tacos.


Hope this helps

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