Quickie post today since it’s Labor Day!
When a pronoun is used with an infinitive—i.e., to plus a verb’s root or stem—use objective case. This rule holds true whether the pronoun is the object of the infinitive or the subject:
Jeff wanted me to accompany him to his stepbrother’s wedding this weekend.
The morning after the ceremony, Jeff’s mother asked us to help tear down the wedding decorations and clean up the reception venue.
Do you have a question about pronouns? Let me know, and I’ll include it in a future installment of Mots Justes’ ongoing series.
The Mots Justes Series on Pronouns
Chicago Manual of Style, The. 15th ed. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2003.