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The difference between the phrases “you and me” and “you and I”

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    What’s the difference between the phrases “you and me” and “you and I”?

    Good question!

    CAUTION: These days you may read or hear otherwise well-educated people (e.g., journalists, authors, educators, speakers) misuse these phrases. Do not imitate their bad examples!

    PRO TIP: Use “you and I” as a subject, and use “you and me” as either a direct object, indirect object, or object of a preposition. Examples are below.

    SUBJECT: You and I are best friends. You and I both understand English. You and I love to travel together.

    DIRECT OBJECT: Ava invited you and me to the party.

    INDIRECT OBJECT: Gigi told you and me the whole story.

    OBJECT OF A PREPOSITION: Shaun gave it to you and me.

    Source: https://www.quora.com/What-s-the-difference-between-the-phrases-you-and-me-and-you-and-I



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