The Grammar Logs -- Number Four Hundred, Sixteen
Dear Tutor, how should I reply to a person telling me "nice to meet you" to show my appreciation in meeting him/her? Me too? nice to meet you?. If the phrase is an object, it would be Karen and me. Give Karen and me Thank you for taking the time to meet with me and Karen yesterday. Is it correct to say "please kindly let me know"? The grammatically correct version of this sentence would be “Let me know when you would like to have lunch with Sarah and I.”. Is it correct to say "Please let me know if some is coming to Seattle"?.
That's a tough to answer because, if you follow the simple rules of syntax, you can just omit that verb and say "He doesn't eat as much as I. In fact, to me, it sounds so unnatural as to draw my attention away from the content of the sentence and toward its form.
Dear Tutor, how should I reply to a person telling me "nice to meet you...
It's a distraction from the message itself, which to me means it fails the litmus test of effective communication. A lot of other people would probably agree it sounds stuffy or unnatural, which is why many experts would argue it's perfectly idiomatic to say "He doesn't eat as much as me. If you want to be grammatical but stiff: He eats more than I. If you want to sound natural but leave yourself vulnerable to nitpickers: He eats more than me. If you want to play it safe: He eats more than I do.
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February 9, at 5: It looks odd to me, and I think "I" should perhaps be "me," but I can't find any proof. If I turn it into a sentence it should be me? What do you think? February 10, at 6: The choice between "I" and "me" depends on the sentence structure, and your example isn't a sentence.
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It's just some nouns. It's when a verb is present -- or even implied -- that the rules kick in. If the photo caption is an implied way of saying, "Marsha, John, and I visited the Eiffel Tower," then you need a subject for the verb "visited.
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Rally people to go check it out and then let that person know what you learned from them. You should just assume this. Grab the bull by the horns and shoot them a thoughtful feedback email.
Key elements of this email to keep in mind: Thank you so much for helping me grow. Anyways, I just moved to New York City after graduation last year and have been really trying to build my skills as a business development professional. Lastly, I saw your company is hiring inside sales reps and have passed the opportunity along to some friends who I think would be a good fit.
Look forward to hearing from you, -Scott Key elements of this email: Intro Context My name is Scott Britton. I just moved to New York City after graduation last year and have been really trying to build my skills as a young business development professional at Y company.
Give the reader context of who you are and how you found them. It makes you come off like a taker.
Meet with X and I or me?
When you specify why you want to get together someone it does a few things: Provides context on how you can help them. People are more apt to get together when they know they can help. Makes that person feel valuable. No one minds having their ego stroked.
Gives them the option to help via phone or email.