The number of Tylenol caplets used by English students to calm down the headaches triggered by the confusion of the correct use of the words I and Me are countless. I still get mixed up with this tricky issue.
The official explanation is:
“I is a nominative pronoun and is used as a subject of a sentence or clause, while me is an objective pronoun and used as an object. Still confused? Then think of this: The trouble with me usually begins when speakers are stringing together two or more objects in a sentence. I is not an objective case word, but people try to plug it in as an object because it just sounds smarter. All you have to do is leave out the second object.
Look over these examples, and you’ll see it’s really simple.
You might be tempted to say:
WRONG: “Would you explain that to John and I?”
But then, when you omit the other object, you’ll have:
WRONG: “Would you explain that to I?”
Now that just sounds silly. Try this:
RIGHT: “Would you explain that to John and me?”
RIGHT: “Would you explain that to me?”
There are more examples of the correct use of these words where this quote came from. Please click the link at the bottom of this post to learn some more. I’m sure you and I will be less confused after you read the link. Good Day.
Source: Confusing I and Me – About.com