2.1 Nouns, Pronouns, and Agreement
(1) Cindy loves pies and cakes. (She / They) eats them regularly.
(2) Cindy got a job in a bakery. I hope she brings home samples for (you and I / you and me).
(1) The subject pronoun She correctly replaces the subject Cindy.
(2) The phrase you and me is correct. The pronouns you and me are the objects of the preposition for. The pronoun I is a subject pronoun.