As good as i or as good as me

There are some meaningful words or sentences confusing. We may have questions regarding this issue but we do not ask anyone or did not search the answer. It is necessary to solve those puzzles. Suppose, many people do not know what is correct form between As Good as I or As Good as Me. Between these sentences, one sentence is correct and another is wrong. Here we will know the correct form and why the problem has been created. I hope that you can understand well.
As Good as I or As Good as Me: People have tendency to use object at the last and we know that the word “I” is a subject and the word “me” is an object. So, if I want to create a sentence for comparison, then I must use “As good as me”. It sounds ok and grammatically right but truth is something different. The word “As” is a Conjunction and this word is used to join words, clauses, phrases and sentences. Similarly, some other conjunctions are and, if, or, but, until and although. The subjective form of personal pronoun essential stand firm at also side of the conjunction when assessments are being made. To make a relation between two things, we must use two similar things or same group of things like apples with apples as in she (human being) and I (human being) and not apples with oranges as in she and me. The correct form will be He is as good as I am at playing the football. The incorrect way is He is as good as me at playing football. After the word “As”, you will put subjective form and that is why you will use I instead of me. Similarly, Jon is as good as Tin is or Jon is as tall as I am.

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