Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Grammatically"
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Q: It this grammatically correct？
A: I think you understand it perfectly. The choice of "does" seems wrong, both in the original and in your accurate simplification. It seems to me that "is" would be much better than "does". Perhaps it's a typo?
Q: 'With me and you' grammatically correct? does this sound natural?
A: @rohan123: Pretty sure "with you and me" is correct, because it's not nominative. You wouldn't say "With I", so "With you and I" is also wrong
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