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    my teacher and I both/I and my teacher/me and my teacher

    Hi everyone,
    Can I say the following sentences?

    1. "My teacher and I both like reading."
    2. "I and my teacher both like reading."
    3. Me and my teacher both like reading."

    Thank you.

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    Re: my teacher and I both/I and my teacher/me and my teacher

    Quote Originally Posted by worcester View Post
    Hi everyone,
    Can I say the following sentences?

    1. "My teacher and I both like reading."
    2. "I and my teacher both like reading."
    3. Me and my teacher both like reading."

    Thank you.
    The subject of a sentence needs to be in the nominative form. When the writer/speaker are mentioned in a sentence, it is considered polite to mention the other person first.

    Number 1 is correct.
    Number 2 is impolite.
    Number 3 is ungrammatical and impolite.

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