If the asterisk before the second sentence is saying that you think the second sentence is correct, you're right! Nice job! =)
How would you explain this to a teacher that says the first one is correct?
Explain it like this:
"Would you say, 'Adrian chose I ...' or 'Adrian chose me ...'? The correct answer is "me" because it's a direct object. "I" is used only when the pronoun is the subject of a clause.
I think I would let the Principal explain it to the teacher.
Adrian chose him and I for the job.
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