Which is correct both of you or you both?

Which is correct both of you or you both?

Executive summary: “both of you” is the normal, grammatical expression; whereas, “you both” is used for extra emphasis. Both are grammatically correct. Either is fine.

Is it grammatically correct to say me and John?

Firstly, when referring to yourself and another person or other people, it’s appropriate to put the other or others first, and yourself last. So, it’s correct to say ‘John and me’ or ‘my family and I’, not ‘me and John’ or ‘I and my family’.

Which is correct the both of them or both of them?

The Both in Both of them are correct is a pronoun. They are both (adverb) used correctly.

Is it to you both or too you both?

To is a preposition with several meanings, including “toward” and “until.” Too is an adverb that can mean “excessively” or “also.” Just to be clear: two is pronounced the same as to and too, but it can’t be used instead of either of them because it’s a number.

Do you say you and John or John?

Barbara should say, “You and John are invited” because all pronouns (except “I” and “me”) normally come before the noun in compounds: Compound subject: You and Squiggly should give up chocolate. Compound subject: She and Bob worked out on the treadmill. Compound object: Aardvark sent you and Juan two broccoli recipes.

Is grammatical a real word?

The definition of grammatical is anything that has to do with sentences, punctuation, or the correct ways to write or speak a language. An example of something grammatical is a class on English creative writing.

What are some common grammar mistakes?

18 Most Common Grammar Mistakes

  1. Run-on Sentence or Comma Splice.
  2. Pronoun Disagreement.
  3. Mistakes in Apostrophe Usage.
  4. Lack of Subject-Verb Agreement.
  5. Misplaced Modifiers.
  6. Sentence Fragments.
  7. Missing Comma in a Compound Sentence.
  8. No Clear Antecedent.

What verb is used with both?

“Both” is a plural pronoun, so it requires the verb form “are.”

Does Both imply two?

Both means two. I get to avoid not only the Benoni, but also the Benko Gambit and the Bogo-Indian. I get to avoid the Benoni as well as the Benko Gambit and the Bogo-Indian.

Is it correct to use both of or both of?

If you’re talking about two people, use “both you and I are…”, which means “the two of us are”. user20934’s answer says that “both of” is required before a personal pronoun, but this rule doesn’t seem to apply when both is used as part of the “both…and…” construction.

What is the correct way to use the word ‘you and John’s’?

“You and John’s” sounds most correct to me. This doesn’t work with other personal pronouns, but because the subjective and be there outside of a compound: “yours and her dog,” “theirs and my dog,” etc. I couldn’t say why. =ACR

How do you use both of and of as a pronoun?

Both of + object pronoun. When we use both as part of a subject or object which is a pronoun, it may be followed by of + an object pronoun: We both dislike soap operas.

What does “both of you and I are” mean?

“Both of you and I are…” says something about three people: it’s the same as “The two of you and I are…”, and the grammatical structure is like “both of you” + “I” or “the two of you” + “I”. If you’re talking about two people, use “both you and I are…”, which means “the two of us are”.

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