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The first-person pronoun "I" is the nominative case, which means it is uses as a subject of a sentence or clause, or as a predicate nominative. The pronoun "me" is the objective case, which is uses as the object of a sentence or of a preposition. The same usage applies to the plural versions, we and us.

Examples:
I am going to town.
You and I are going to town.
I will talk to you when I get back from town. (subject of the clause)

He threw me across the room. (direct object)
He threw me the ball. (indirect object)
He threw the ball to me. (object of the preposition)
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