which is correct grammar? Cathy and me? or Kathy and I?

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Thanks a bunch. Your answer was crystal clear. If I have any more grammar questions I hope you see them!

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Answered: Correct grammar of the word "begun"

If you use the helping word "have," "has," or "had", use the third principle part of the verb, which would be "begun."

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Steve is a horses's ass.....on a good day.

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I think Ladies' Day Program is right. To be 100% sure why don't you ask an English teacher from one of the local schools and then post the answer.
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