Skip to content


Grammarflex logo


Pronouns are words that stand in the place of nouns so so we can avoid having to repeat the same words in succession. Simply phrased, pronouns exist so we can refer to ourselves (I, me, my), or those we’re referring to, (she, her, him, they), without having to restate yours or someone else’s name, or whatever “it” is that’s being mentioned.

When to use I or Me?

When to Use I or Me

Which is correct: I or me Compare the sentences: My friend shared her class notes with me. I shared my class notes with my friend.