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His courage should impress you and (I, me).

I already had this checked earlier but now I am thinking it is I because you could say I am impressed but you couldn't say Me is impressed.

  • grammar -

    Using me is correct. It's a direct object and, therefore, can never be I, which is the form used for subjects and predicate nominatives.

    You wouldn't say "courage should impress I" -- would you?


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