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Sura C.

asked • 09/04/18

Where have you been all those years?

Me and my friend catching up after 2 years. So, is it correct grammatically to ask?
"Where have you been all those years"?

Mark H.

"Me and my friend" is the subject of a sentence (although not the one you are asking about). The word "me" is the objective form of the personal pronoun. It's nominative form which is used in the subject, is "I". Furthermore, politeness usually requires you to mention yourself last. So the usual grammatically correct subject would be "My friend and I".
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Sura C.

Okay thanks. So, Coming to my question?
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Dorene O. answered • 09/04/18

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