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hello everyone ,
my question is about the use of "you and i " , "you and me" , i believe i can differentiate when it comes to a whole sentence , he will out the blame on you and me but we say you and i are going to be blamed ...for instance but the question is
out of any context , do we say "you and i " , or "you and me " , if we want to address ourselves and another with us
Please try to give your threads more helpful titles. "You and I?" would have been more appropriate for this one.
Originally Posted by saddouda
It was very difficult to understand your question. You may not be an expert in punctuation yet, but you can use capital letters where appropriate. Please try to do so.
Try the sentence with just 'I':
I am going ... .......so: ......You and I are going... ....
he invited me ... .......so: ......He invited you and me.
If there is no context, then there is no answer!
Ah thank you so much for all the corrections and advice that you have given me , they are helpful
Please include some of the words in your question in your thread title.
"you and i " , "you and me" would have been better than grammar, which you have used before.
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