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Using correct pronoun in compound sentence.

Were you and (they, them)the winners?

  • english pronouns -

    You and they were the winners.

    They.

  • english pronouns -

    You need the subject pronoun in this sentence.

    Here's a good way of figuring it out. Drop "you and."

    Would you say?

    Them were winners.
    or
    They were winners.

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