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  1. brice
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    Grammar

    Which sentence is correct: Lori stated Kyle and she went to the store, or Lori stated she and Kyle went to the store

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    Re: Grammar

    I think both are grammatically correct, but the first one is more polite and sounds better (to me, at least).

    I'm not a teacher.

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    Re: Grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by brice View Post
    Which sentence is correct: Lori stated Kyle and she went to the store, or Lori stated she and Kyle went to the store
    Lori stated that she and Kyle went to the store.
    (The rule that states you can leave out 'that' obscures the rule that tells you to leave it in when it sounds better).

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