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which is correct? let him and i work together  or  let him and me work together 
Jul 16, 2016 5:04 AM
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Let him work.
Let him do it.
Let me work.
Let me do it.
Let him and me work together.

Using more than one pronoun — as a compound subject — has absolutely zero effect on the form of the pronoun.

I work.
He works.
He and I work together.

BTW, Mentioning the other person before oneself is considered polite, although it’s not a grammar rule.

July 16, 2016
"Let me and him" is what I would say to friends . . . But I would never use it in my writing. I would rather use "let the two of us work together" to avoid it altogether. In my opinion, it flows better.
July 16, 2016
Let us work together :)
July 16, 2016
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