In the sentence, "Bring me some water and call me," is "me" a part of a verb phrase or a noun phrase?
In both places in the sentence, the pronoun "me" is part of a verb phrase which is the predicate.
A verb phrase is the verb and any of the verb's modifiers, objects, or complements.
In the example sentence, the first use of the pronoun "me" is the indirect object of the verb "bring"; the complete verb phrase is "bring me some water".
The second use of the pronoun "me" is the direct object of the verb "call".
The sentence has two predicates:
- bring me some water;
- call me.
You will note that this is an imperative sentence. The subject of the sentence is implied: you.