You and Me, You and I- Lesson 18



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We use You and Me if they function as the object of the preposition. For example: The teacher likes you and me. 
The verb is the the word Like, and the objects are the pronouns You and Me. 

When do we use You and I? 
We use You and I when they function as the subject in a sentence, when they function, together, as the doer of the action. 

Example: 
You and I should study hard for the test. 
You and I should not be fighting all the time. 

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