I made a mistake two posts back. I listed to my anonymous commentator (mother???) and changed the sentence they complained about.
That was wrong. And I knew better, because I taught myself English at home. Had I gone to Owen County Public Schools, perhaps you could have an argument...
The original sentence read: "Here are some pictures of Tiago and me..." and has recently been erroneously changed to "Here are some pictures of Tiago and I..."
The pronoun "me" is in the objective not the subjective form. If I had not made Tiago part of that sentence, it would have read:
"Here are some pictures of me."
Here are some pictures of I????? Clearly wrong.
Who taught me English???? Who taught you?
(want to verify? go here: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/cases.htm)