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    Hallo,
    I have a doubt.
    "You and me" or "You and I", which one is correct?
    And if both are correct, is there a rule when I can use one or the other?
    Thanks in advance for your reply.
    Best regards.
    Stefania

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    Re: Question.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stefy70
    Hallo,
    I have a doubt.
    "You and me" or "You and I", which one is correct?
    And if both are correct, is there a rule when I can use one or the other?
    Thanks in advance for your reply.
    Best regards.
    Stefania
    Both are correct,depends on their roles in a sentence.
    eg: You and I will be best friends forever.("You and I" here is the subject of this sentence)
    while: I wish good luck for you and me ("you and me" here is object)

    hope it helps.

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