People often debate over which phrase is grammatically correct – “you and I” or “you and me”. The truth is, they are both correct!
Here’s a simple trick to help you remember whether to use “you and I” or “you and me” – drop the “you and” from your sentence to check if it still sounds correct.
1) You and I or You and me should go to the fair.
Right: I should go to the fair.
Wrong: Me should go to the fair.
In this example the correct phrase is “You and I”.
2) The professor hates You and I or You and me.
Right: The professor hates me.
Wrong: The professor hates I.
The correct phrase to use here would be You and me.
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