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"...illustrates another philosophical divide between you and [I/me]." I'm currently in an argument with a friend about this little bit here. Which is the correct pronoun for this sentance, "me" or "I"?

marked as duplicate by Andrew Leach Sep 3 '15 at 21:30

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You would say "between us," not "between we," so "between you and me" is correct.

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