When you talk about yourself and another person, there are certain rules in English for which comes first - you or the other person:
- In casual conversation, many people say "Me and ___ (did something)"
Me and Amywere sitting there...
- In polite speech and in writing, it's considered correct to say "___ and I (did something)." ("
Amy and I were sitting there...")
- Things get confusing when you put this at the end of a sentence. A lot of people still say "(do something) to ___ and I." But some people think this is incorrect and you should say "(do something) to ___ and me." Since everyone disagrees, you can probably just pick which one you like!
He said something to Amy and I.
He said something to Amy and me.