Could someone please help me to understand the following sentence from wren and martin.
It is a common mistake to use I for me, when the pronoun is connected by a conjunction (and, or) with some other word in the accusative case.
Study the following correct sentences :-
The presents are for you and me (Not, I)
My uncle asked my brother and me(Not, I) to dinner
I did not understand how the examples follow the reasoning given by the book.