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Me vs Mine
Difference, Examples & Quiz

What's the difference? Which one is correct?


Definition: The pronoun used to refer to oneself

Usage: Used when talking about oneself or expressing ownership

Example sentences:
  • 1. Me and my friends went to the park.
  • 2. This book is mine.
  • 3. Can you pass me the salt?

Definition: A possessive pronoun used to indicate ownership

Usage: Used to show that something belongs to the speaker

Example sentences:
  • 1. This is mine, not yours.
  • 2. The car parked over there is mine.
  • 3. I found a dollar on the ground. It's mine now.

“Me” is used as the object of a verb or preposition, while “mine” is a possessive pronoun used to show ownership.

Quizzes about "Me" vs "Mine"

Me vs Mine: 5 Quizzes

1. What is my favorite color?

2. Who is my favorite author?

3. What is my favorite food?

4. Which is my favorite season?

5. What is my favorite hobby?


  • What is Me?

    Me refers to the person asking the question.

  • What is Mine?

    Mine refers to something that belongs to the person asking the question.

  • Can you give an example of Me?

    Sure! If your name is John, then 'Me' would refer to John.

  • Can you give an example of Mine?

    Certainly! If you have a car, then 'Mine' would refer to your car.

  • Why are Me and Mine important?

    Me and Mine are important because they help establish ownership and personal identity.