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I am confused, please help me!

Examples:

1.-He and I baked a cake for our grandmother's birthday.

Who baked the cake?

-He and I or He and me

2.- Who are the guys in the picture?

He and I or He and me?
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keepsmilingAbout your third question
The manner in which the question is asked, we reply in the same manner like
"who are the guys in the picture?
There is nothing wrong in replying like
You and she are the guys in the picture.
Same thing can be pointed like you have said
the guys in the picture are you and she.
I tried to follow your last thread and actually agreed with some of your entries about the 7 pronouns. That's a new one me! That's said, I may still have to disagree with you. In the sentence: " the guys in the picture are you and she.", " you and she " are objectives, and "she" is a subjective pronoun and cannot be used as object. I am pretty certain " her" is the correct answer.
Question was not like that
whose faces are there in the picture?
so that you could reply 'there are faces of yours and hers in the picture.

" the guys in the picture are you and she." is totally different from using her instead of she
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dimsumexpressThat's said, I may still have to disagree with you. In the sentence: " the guys in the picture are you and she.", " you and she " are objectives, and "she" is a subjective pronoun and cannot be used as object. I am pretty certain " her" is the correct answer.
Hi Dimsumexpress,

The verb 'be' is a linking verb. I'll leave it to you to figure out why I'm mentioning that.
YankeeThe verb 'be' is a linking verb. I'll leave it to you to figure out why I'm mentioning that.
Thanks for clue. For some unexplanable reason, I always had this mental hiccup putting an appostrophe "s" behind " that ". I need to be more mindful with "that".

I understood "are" was the linking verb but I wasn't sure about the reason you pointed it out. So I went back to my grammar book. I think I got the reason. Those danmed linguistic terms!

If I got it right, The "guys in the picture were you and she..." was a predicate nominative case.

A review for me! Thanks,
Thank you. You seem to be the only person on the internet who knows the correct order in which to put 2nd person and 3rd person.
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I should say "it's me and John", plain and simple.