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    Me/I

    Is Nick and me or Nick and I correct? I would think Nick and me but doesn't sound right.


    Dominic and Peg arranged their finances differently than Nick and I.



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    I think in this case Nick and I is correct. In effect, you're saying "Dominic and Peg arranged their finances differently than Nick and I did." without the "did".

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    The rule of thumb I've always heard is, how does it sound without the other person's name? Remove Nick and you have "Dominic and Peg arranged their finances differently than I."

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