You and she
will take charge. [Subjects coordinated]I think
Bob and I
have theright approach.[Subjects coordinated]Everybody knows
Nancy and me
.[Objects coordinated]The tickets are for
you and me
.[Objects coordinatedThe same is true for pronouns accompanied by a noun.e.g.They complained about the way
we[Lisa, Mary, etc.]
students were behaving.They will not succeed in pushing
Lisa, Mary, etc.
]Australians around.Parallel use of cases after
in comparisons,the case of the pronoun depends on its function in thecomparative clause.e.g.Theyfelt the same way as
. (...as he felt.)Sheworks faster than
we [do] (…th
an we work.)Heloves Mary more than
. (...more than loves me.)Heloves Mary more than
. (...more than I love Mary.)
In less formal contexts, the objective case is normaleven when the pronoun is a subject.
After the word
,the pronoun should be in theobjective case even when the pronoun acts as asubject, as
is considered as a preposition.