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I have two sentences:
John, Jane, and I went to the party.
He and I went to the party.
But I think there is a rule that says a pronoun at the end of a list should be in a special form (for "I", the special form is "me"). So, my sentence 1 and 2 should be rewritten like this:
John, Jane, and me went to the party.
He and me went to the party.
But in a lot of writing, sentences like sentence 1 and 2 are used instead of sentence 3 & 4. Is there a special rule that allows not using "me" for sentences similar to 1 and 2 for casual writing?