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  1. selenahay
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    Sentence structure

    When conducting a sentence. I usually say the following.

    Giovanna and I are meeting or should I say Giovanna and Me or Me and Giovanna. Which is correct grammar?

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    Re: Sentence structure

    Quote Originally Posted by selenahay View Post
    When conducting a sentence. I usually say the following.

    Giovanna and I are meeting or should I say Giovanna and Me or Me and Giovanna. Which is correct grammar?
    'Giovanna and I are meeting...' is correct. "I" is part of the subject.

    Why do you say "conducting a sentence"? (or do you mean 'conducting a meeting'?)

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