Curated by CLAI
- Kim, her sister and (me/I) went shopping on Black Friday.
- Here’s a picture of my son and (me/I) at the museum.
- Between you and (me/I), I think he’s crazy.
- Julie, Lisa, Michele and (me/I) are meeting up at the ballpark.
- The lawyer told my husband and (me/I) that while we would win the case if we filed, the return wouldn’t be worth it.
HISTORY OF NEW ENGLISH WORDS: When did our favorite words crop up in English?
- 14th c: university, earthquake
- 15th c: dictionary, globe, lovesick
- 16th c: mathematics, dictatorship, potato
- 17th c: Americanize, hotel, womanizer, ice cream
- 18th c: homesick, roommate, terrorism
- 19th c: cello, bicycle, mascara, mom, photograph, rubber band, subway
- 20th c: clone, database, inbox, neurobiology, recycle, supernova, techno, vegan