Posted by Gameday at c-67-163-191-30.client.comcast.net on October 12, 2003 at 22:23:05:
... help a guy out.
So, a friend of mine sent me an e-mail to see if a certain date was a good night to hit the town.
"Its good for Kevin and I...".
My friend responded with a grammatical smackdown. Says that I should have written "Its good for Kevin and me..." as "for" is a preposition.
But it just doesn't sound right to me...
Does anyone know how its REALLY supposed to be? And, please, don't answer unless you actually know the grammatical rule... I don't want to sound like a dumbass when I come back at my friend, Reynolds style.
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