We can use the same technique when we're trying to fill in the blank with the right objective case pronoun. For example, if you're trying to figure out the right pronoun for the sentence: The teacher spoke to Natalie and _____ (me/I). , you can note first that we're looking for an object, a pronoun that receives the action of the verb 'spoke,' rather than a subject. If you quickly cross out the first part of our compound object, it becomes a little clearer that 'me' is the right pronoun to use. It wouldn't sound right to say: The teacher spoke to I. We also know that 'I' is a subjective case pronoun, and we need an objective case pronoun here.