You don´t really hate it, though, because you know it´s great that Fiverr has people who can do stuff for you that they are better at doing than you (freely quoting something very wise you said in some post off the top of my head :P). (P. S. I hate it too! ;))
And it´s a great excuse, I often wonder, when people critisize others for their grammar or spelling, if it´s not really essential for their job (or if it is essential for their job but they are off work just replying casually on a forum or are on their phone and victim to autocorrect and such), if they even speak any foreign language at all themselves and know how difficult it is to get it all right, and if they do, if they never make mistakes themselves.
Just claim you can never remember on purpose, because you´re a nice person and don´t want proofreaders to become obsolete, just imagine, if everyone would have perfect grammar, a whole category of gigs and hundreds (? no idea) of proofreaders on Fiverr out of work!
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I/me is pretty simple btw (at least in theory though it´s easy to mess it up ‘on the go’ and it´s a very common mistake to get it wrong, even with native speakers, it´s one of the things you do know (that´s if you learned it at all) and notice when you re-read or think about it, but might still get wrong sometimes).
You use I when it´s (part of) the subject of a sentence, and me, if it´s (part of) the object.
I can´t draw.
Zeus and I went to the same kindergarten.
Zeus did an awesome drawing for me.
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