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Asked by dago6262 - 5 years ago
I am looking for the proper way of saying my wife and I or me and my wife
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Richard Level 76 / Retired Dentist
Answered 5 years ago
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Welcome to Askpedia!

You always say "my wife and (refer to yourself). You do not refer to yourself first.
If this is used as subject of a sentence, use the subject pronoun I.
If used as an object (either of a sentence or a preposition), use the object pronoun me.
One trick to decide which pronoun to use is to say the sentence without "my wife and".
hjf3296 Level 1
Answered 5 years ago
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My wife and I
Source English Grammar
Damian22 Level 13 / Share/Invester
Answered 5 years ago
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HOW ABOUT SAYING... "THE LEGALLY SHACKLED PAIR OF US"
Hehe !!!
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