I saw the following sentences in my workbook. Are they correct?
1.We and they eat dinner together.
2.You, she, he and I are good friends.
3.You, they and we go to school every day.
4.You, she and I go to school every day.
To me number 1 and 3 sound really odd, I have never heard anyone talk like that, but my textbook says the correct orders for pronouns are "you-he-I" and "we-you-they."
Could someone please explain to me the correct order of using he, she, they, we, I, and you as subject in a sentence. Can they all be used in one sentence like example 3?
Thanks in advance.