This is from dialog but I am not sure if it is correct grammaticaly i will have a dream with me in you together. What does this mean? I studied using some dialog but I couldn't understand this.
Jul 26, 2014 4:18 AM
Answers · 6
More likely to be "me and you together", meaning I want to be with you even in my dreams. "me in you" would mean sexual intercourse, and the "together" would be superfluous.
July 26, 2014
"I will have a dream with me 'n you together" still sounds awkward. "I will dream of you and me together" would be more natural "I have a dream of you and me being together" would also work although it has a different meaning
July 26, 2014
Sometimes, in spoken English, "and" gets reduced to an "n" sound: "me 'n you". This is probably what you heard.
July 26, 2014
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