They offered me a ride.
This letter is addressed to me.
He assisted me.
I bought me a new car.
An example of me used as a pronoun is in the sentence, "He went to buy ice cream for me," which means he went to buy ice cream for the person who is speaking.
Can you hear me?
Come with me.
He gave me this.
Me and my friends played a game.
Origin of me
- Middle English from Old English mē me-1 in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Middle English me, from Old English mÄ“ (“me", originally dative, but later also accusative), from Proto-Germanic *miz (“me"), from Proto-Indo-European *(e)me-, *(e)me-n- (“me"). Cognate with Scots me (“me"), North Frisian me (“me"), Dutch me, mij (“me"), German mir (“me", dative), Icelandic mér (“me", dative), Latin mÄ“ (“me"), Ancient Greek μέ (me), ἐμέ (emé, “me"), Sanskrit [script?] (mā), [script?] (mām, “me").