1. Where do me and you stand?

In the aforementioned sentence the pronoun 'me' used as subject doesn't seem to fit best; I mean, the problem that I see is that:

  • The speaker should keep himself after the one he's talking to.

  • The pronoun 'I' should be there.

So, in my opinion, the sentence should read:

  1. Where do you and I stand?

Is my position correct?


Yes "Where do you and I stand?" is correct. However, the use of "me" in forms like "you and me" is sufficiently common that it is doubtful whether it can truly be called 'wrong". It is "non-standard", at least.

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