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As the rule says both side of 'and' should have same form to make a balanced or parallel sentence but I am confused of following case:

Jodie and I went to market.

Here Jodie is proper noun but I is pronoun though is it a justified sentence?

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    There's nothing wrong with it. – Mick Sep 27 '16 at 7:34
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The definition of a pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun, so you can use it wherever you are supposed to use a noun, as long as the case of the noun makes sense.

For example, you have to use subject pronouns for a sentence's subject, and object pronouns where an object is expected, and possessive pronouns if you are expressing possession.

So your example is fine.

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