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I want to know that if the order of the personal pronouns has a rule.
I learned that in the singular form we should say "you, he/she and I", and in the plural form we should say "we, you and they."Then, how about a sentence containing both forms?
For example, which is correct in the following sentences?
#1 We and he are in the same room.
#2 He and we are in the same room.
Thanks for answering the question. So, in American English, people seldom put the plural personal pronouns and the singular ones in one sentence in the way I mentioned, right?
Bhai did not say that. He said that 'we and he' and 'he and we' sounded unnatural. 'You (plural) and I' is fine.