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    Please explain the correct pronoun here..

    I really get confused with such types of questions of Pronoun as which will come first please help me to understand the concept

    Fill in the blank

    1. ___ ____ &___ should go to watch the football match. (I, you, rahul)

    2. ___ ___ & ___ have been creating the trouble, therefore now we must face the consequences. (I, you, rahul)


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    Re: Please explain the correct pronoun here..

    Quote Originally Posted by new2grammar View Post
    I really get confused with such types of questions of Pronoun as which will come first please help me to understand the concept

    Fill in the blank

    1. ___ ____ &___ should go to watch the football match. (I, you, rahul)

    2. ___ ___ & ___ have been creating the trouble, therefore now we must face the consequences. (I, you, rahul)
    IMO, this is a stylistic question unrestrained by any grammatical rules.
    It would be mannerly to say, (in order of importance):
    you - Rahul - I

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    Re: Please explain the correct pronoun here..

    Quote Originally Posted by svartnik View Post
    IMO, this is a stylistic question unrestrained by any grammatical rules.
    It would be mannerly to say, (in order of importance):
    you - Rahul - I
    I agree. You (the person I am talking to), Rahul (the other person), and I



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