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Kaggler

  • 2 years ago

"Me and my brothers.." or "My brothers and I.."

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  1. nagdy1
    • 2 years ago
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    My brother and I

  2. nagdy1
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    You have to come last

  3. nagdy1
    • 2 years ago
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    So its Example My brother and I went to School.

  4. Karebear_Karl
    • 2 years ago
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    nagdy1 is correct. Think of it this way.. you wouldn't say "Me went to school", you would say "I went to school". The rule still applies when you bring your brothers "My brothers and I". Now let's say you were titling something involving you and your brothers, then you wouldn't just say "My Brothers and I" because if it was just you you wouldn't say "I", you would say "Me". So you would title it "My brothers and Me". See the difference? :)

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