- Is it grammatically correct to say me and my family?
- Which is correct you and your family or your family and you?
- Is it grammatically correct to say me and my?
- Can I say myself and my family?
- When we use my and mine?
- How do you use me and mine?
- When we use mine in a sentence?
- Can you start sentence with me?
- Is it my and his or mine and his?
- Is mine and his correct grammar?
- Is it correct to say mine and his?
- How do you write possessive multiple people?
- How do you prove ownership of two people?
- Is Jesus or Jesus’s?
Is it grammatically correct to say me and my family?
“Me and my family” is incorrect. “My family and I” is correct. “My family and I” is used as the subject of a sentence (i.e., the entity doing the action).
Which is correct you and your family or your family and you?
You should use are because “you and your family” is a plural subject. When the subject of a sentence has two parts joined by “and” it makes the subject plural, so you should use a plural verb. Below are more examples of sentence subjects with two parts.
Is it grammatically correct to say me and my?
For the subject, either “My friends and I” or “I and my friends” is grammatical. The former is preferred because it’s also more polite, placing others first. Your subtext is quite correct: “me” means the object, “I” is the subject.
Can I say myself and my family?
Subject case for my/ I, object case for me/my. So, you can say both (correctly) (sort of hyper-correctly), depending whether you and your family are the subject or the object in what you want to say. As a compound subject, you want to say ‘My family and I…’ My family and I are all quarantined out!
When we use my and mine?
MY IS A POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVE ( it always follows a noun. e.g: my house.) MINE IS A POSSESSIVE PRONOUN ( it is used for avoiding repetition: e.g:is it your dog? no,it isn’t mine.)
How do you use me and mine?
Me and mine are both first person singular pronouns, but me is personal, while mine is possessive. They cannot be freely exchanged.
When we use mine in a sentence?
Like with all pronouns, you use mine in place of another noun when it’s understood what’s being discussed. Mine question is is ungrammatical, because it incorrectly uses two nouns (mine and question) as the subject of a sentence. You use either a noun or a pronoun, never both at the same time.
Can you start sentence with me?
One of the most common grammar errors made by people of all ages is to start a sentence with the word “Me.” For example: “Me and my family will be there at 8,” or “Me and Josh are going to play baseball.” Instead, you refer to yourself second in sentences like that, and usually you should use “I” instead of “me.”
Is it my and his or mine and his?
Pronouns: possessive (my, mine, your, yours, etc.)
|personal pronoun||possessive determiner||possessive pronoun|
|you (singular and plural)||your||yours|
Is mine and his correct grammar?
The possessive pronouns are my, our, your, his, her, its, and their. There’s also an “independent” form of each of these pronouns: mine, ours, yours, his, hers, its, and theirs. Possessive pronouns are never spelled with apostrophes.
Is it correct to say mine and his?
The report is his and mine. (Never use an apostrophe with a possessive personal pronoun.) The report is Bill’s and hers. The report is Bill’s and mine.
How do you write possessive multiple people?
2. In plural possessive terms, place the apostrophe after the “s.” This will indicate to the reader that more than one person or thing owns the thing possessed.
How do you prove ownership of two people?
If two people possess the same item, put the apostrophe + s after the second name only. Example: Cesar and Maribel’s home is constructed of redwood. However, if one of the joint owners is written as a pronoun, use the possessive form for both.
Is Jesus or Jesus’s?
Colloquially the possessive of the nominative Jesus is spoken as three syllables, best represented as Jesus’s. I have never heard the allegedly ‘correct’ possessive pronounced as two syllables. That tradition may have died; it’s just taking a while for the written possessive to catch up.