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  1. Newbie
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    #1

    Tim and I

    Dear Sir/Madam
    please let me know which one of the following sentences is correct
    1. Tim and I was going to the office together
    2. Tim and I were going to the ofiice together
    thank you
    Yoosuf

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    #2

    Re: Tim and I

    Quote Originally Posted by kpyoosuf View Post
    1. Tim and I was going to the office together
    2. Tim and I were going to the ofiice together.
    Two people, plural, were going.

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