Proper English grammar is important here.
Most of the time, this sentence is used as subject-pronoun, for instance, in this kind of context:
-We have cats.
-Who have cats? Who is "we"?
-He and I.
Not "him and I", that's considered bad English grammar.
So, here "he and I" and "she and I" are both accepted.
The only case where "him and me" would be okay (both are object-pronoun),
I think it would be to answer this kind of question: Who does he like?
So, yes, it should be accepted also. Both as object-pronouns.
He and I = both subject pronoun (as there is no tonic pronoun like in French, where you can say "toi et moi")
Him and me = both object pronouns.
A mix of him (object-pronoun) and I (subject-pronoun) makes no sense in English. Choose one or the other, not a mix.
Him and me is correct, but not him and I. There is a grammatical issue in English for that case. Correct answer can be : He/she and I (are cooking a cake) (This cake is cooked by) Him/Her and me (Between parentheses I added a context to clarify a bit)
And for Dio/Dia... i don't know, I'm still learning bahasa Indonesia as beginner
Mixing a pronoun (I) with an object (him) is bad English. You wouldn’t say ‘Him and I went to the zoo’. And for the purposes of good use of language, Duolingo rightly isn’t encouraging people to say ‘Me and him went to the zoo.’ It may be increasingly common but it’s incorrect.
This is poor English. Especially without context.
"Who went to the concert?" "(S)H[IM/E] and ME".
"(S)HE[IM/E] and I" ... are going to a concert.
This might need some context, otherwise it is something that could cause confusion in English-Indonesian translation, despite it being acceptable Indonesian as "Aku/Saya" is I/Me and therefore correct.
- I can see that a few others have already pointed out "hypercorrectivity" - this is something that can be a distracting or distruptive barrier to learning. Easier to change the example or to expect the entire English speaking world to change..?
Although no-one has pointed out that Aku/Saya means both I/Me... Only dia/dio and how most simply use dia for both gender.
I said him and me but still got it wrong.... seriously people! Grammer these days!
Yes, but not mixed up- that's the wild west and will result in horrible expressions like "him and I went to the cinema" or "please take me and she to the cinema." The important thing is not to mix up subject pronouns (he, she, I) and object pronouns (him, her, me), which is why answers like these are being marked incorrect by Duolingo. Of course, there's the added issue of using the latter as subject pronouns in certain constructions, when it's technically incorrect but now quite acceptable: "who went to the cinema?" "Me and him". My guess is that Duolingo picks up on those sometimes and at others lets them go.