Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Me"

The meaning of "Me" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does 問ㄧ個愚蠢的問題!
請人”發送私人訊息給我”
到底是要用DM or PM
兩個都有看到人用.......
哪一個才是正確的?? mean?
A: Both is ok to use
DM = Direct Message
PM = Private Message
Q: What does WORK ME OVER in "never let another girl like you, work me over" mean?
A: It means to gain power or control over someone. Sometimes physically (as in physically hurting the person), but in this case, it probably just means controlling.
Q: What does YOU MAKE ME LAUGH mean?
A: It can be understood either way. If the context prior was friendly, then there is no reason to believe it is sarcastic.
Q: What does "TO HOLD ME IN HIGH REGARD" mean?
A: if someone holds you in high regard it means they think you are great and worthy of respect, they look up to you
Q: What does MAKE ME! mean?
A: It's typically used in situations where someone wants you to do something that you strongly disagree with. It kind of means force me, in this context.

Example sentences using "Me"

Q: Please show me example sentences with TO ME and FOR ME at the beginning and at the end of sentences..
A: Can you bring the book over to me?

Why are you being so mean to me?

Could you do something for me?

To me, she was nice!

For me, it wasn't fun at all.

Synonyms of "Me" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between it takes ME lots of energy to do... and it takes lots of energy FOR ME to do smth ?
A: There is literally no difference between two in meaning rather than the structural difference.
Q: What is the difference between YOU CALLED ME ON MY BLUFF and YOU CALLED MY BLUFF ?
A: È lo stesso. Nella prima frase il fuoco è in me, io sono scoperto. Nella seconda frase il fuoco è nell’azione, il bluff è scoperto
Q: What is the difference between "nice to meet you" ME TOO and "nice to meet you" YOU TOO ?
A: No difference. With "me too" you are actually saying "It is also nice for ME to meet you", with "you too" you are saying "It's also nice to meet YOU". I think "you too" is more common but not by much.
Q: What is the difference between I and ME ?
A: Você usa “I” no início da frase ou ao formar par com outra pessoa. Por exemplo, “I am happy today.”. e "She and I ran a marathon together. " Você usa “me” ao formar par com outra pessoa no final de uma frase e quando você é o objeto. Por exemplo, “She gave me the cookie. ” e “The cookie was given to me”.
Q: What is the difference between "... without ME having to explain." and "... without MY having to explain." ?
A: The second sentence is in fact the only correct answer. It is an example of a "possessive gerund". See for example https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/education/grammar/do-i-hate-your-singing-or-you-singing?page=1

Translations of "Me"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ‎HELP ME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I cannot do anything (on/for) your order.

Which one is correct !!!!!!!

Thank you !!!!!


The end


A: For, but depends what the context is regarding “order”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ME TIENES HARTO
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you say ME gustas
A: @Jomi25: i like
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? NO ME ESPERABA ESA REACCIÓN
A: I did not expect that reaction.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ME GUSTAS MUCHO
A: Lo correcto es "I like you a lot"

Other questions about "Me"

Q: "I got injured"
ME: "Oh that's too bad... while swimming??" Does this sound natural?
A: "I got injured"
ME: "Oh no... while swimming??"

In my opinion, it sounds slightly sarcastic if you reply "oh that's too bad."
Q: ‎‎HELP ME PLEASE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1) I'm building my work experinces.

2) I'm building *on my work experinces.

Which one is correct?
A: The first one is better:) “experiences though
Q: Why do you say “Do you want ME to do?”? Why don’t you say “Do you want I to do?”??
A: It isn’t really grammatically correct to say ‘Do you want I to do.’ It’s like saying ‘are you asking I to do this?’ Which doesn’t sound right. So, you’d say, for example, ‘I went to the park’ rather than ‘Me went to the park’. When you talk about what you, yourself, is doing or what your opinion is on something, you’d use ‘I’. When you say it otherwise, you’d use ‘Me’.
Hope this helps
Q: GIVE ME A FEEDBACK OR DON'T EVEN ANSWER. THIS IS THE THIRD TIME I ASKED FOR A FEEDBACK...

‎Miky's behavior got better.
On the first days he was very shy and quiet, ; honestly, I'd have never thought in such a radical change....yet still, now the kid became really sociable and tranquil, and he gets along with all his classmates.
Furthermore, he is always taking part to the lesson, that is a great thing considering how distracted Miky was. Does this sound natural?
A: Miky's behaviour improved.
On the first day he was very shy and quiet, ; honestly, I'd have never imagined such a radical change....now the kid became really sociable and tranquil, and he got along with all his classmates.
Furthermore, he was always taking part in the lesson, that is a great improvement considering how distracted he had been.
Q: ‎‎‎HELP ME SOMEBODY !

The size of the dresses of being sold here is the same as that of the dresses on Coach website ?

Is it correct?
A: @flyyourway here is the correct way :)

The size of the dresses being sold here are the same as the dresses on the Coach website.

1. you remove "of" after Noun "dresses".
2. since "dresses" is plural, you'll use "are" instead of "is" after "here".
3. when using "the same as", you can just use the same noun right after. You don't say "that of".

Hope this helps a bit :)

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