posted by Mary on .
In the below sentence:
Where would be a good place for Jocelyn, Eli, and me to have brunch on the southside/downtown?
the rules I remember say to use "me," but "I" sounds better. Please tell me which is correct.
Also, when I am talking about the southside of a city, is it one word, non capitalized?
Thank you in advance.
Me. to have brunch modifies good place.
me is the object of for, (objective case requires me)
The use of "me" is correct; it's an object in that sentence, not the subject.
I believe it should be "south side" (two words, no capitals) unless it's a formal name for a part of a city, and this is not.
Use either "south side" or "downtown" but not both.