Originally Posted by ColgateSmile
***** NOT A TEACHER *****
May I ask who corrected you?
Of course, you are correct.
"Well, you and I may have different views on that." "You and I" = subject + "may have" = verb + "different views" = object.
"Well, we ["you and I"] may have different views on that."
We would NEVER say: "Well, us may have different views on that."
I hope that your headache is better now.
P.S. Maybe the person who corrected you has been listening to many young (and not so young) native speakers who say things such as: "Yeah, dude, my buddy and me went to Disneyland last week" or "Me and Mona are going to the beach next week." In my opinion: Horrible!
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