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Minnesota couple making movie to highlight good grammar

Published 03/03/2013, St. Paul Pioneer Press

Grammar experts David and Elizabeth O’Brien have a relative — they won’t name names — who doesn’t understand pronouns. Instead of saying, “Come to dinner with Joe and me,” the relative will say, “Come to dinner with Joe and I.” That sounds like fingernails on a chalkboard to the O’Briens.

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