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When used separately, many people have no problem using the correct word:
The problem arises when both are used in the same sentence:
The above sentence is incorrect, as I is a subject pronoun. Ivan and me are object pronouns and these should be used:
If you are not sure, remove the proper noun (Ivan) and we can see the sentence is not correct (When you’ve finished that lab report, can you email it to I); therefore, we know me is the correct pronoun.
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