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  1. natasha horton
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    Cool you and i or you and me

    what is the correct way to use you and I and you and me in a sentence

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    Re: you and i or you and me

    "You and I" would have to be the subject of a sentence:
    You and I both know that he's trying to fool us.

    "You and me" is used as the object of a sentence:
    But what does this really mean to you and me?

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    Re: you and i or you and me

    that makes sense, but what about:
    1) He's faster than me.
    and
    2)He's faster than I am.

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