My friend and I were having a dispute about when to use “me” correctly in a sentence that’s referring to two people. I said that you say " my friends and I" but my friend argued and said " me and my friends" is correct.

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If you want to stick to the strict correctness note that the pronoun I is used when it is the subject and the pronoun me is used when it is the object:

My friend and I came home.

Here it acts as the subject.

They saw my friend and me.

Here it acts as the object.

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