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    Question phrase

    is it "me and a group of students" or "i and a group of students"? to me, it looks like the first is correct. what do you think?

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    Re: phrase

    Depends.

    It belongs to me and a group of students.

    Who was there at the party? A group of students and I.

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    Wink Re: phrase

    Quote Originally Posted by queenbu View Post
    Depends.

    It belongs to me and a group of students.

    Who was there at the party? A group of students and I.
    thank you. i understand!

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