Gabriel
English(help, please) Hi, there Can you help me? Should you say "You and your brother's school is expensive" or "Your and your brother's private school is expensive" or "Your brother's and your private school is expensive"? And "Me and my wife's income(or incomeS?) is/are not enough to make a living" or "My wife's and my income(or incomeS) is/are not enough to make a living"? Among THESE options, which ones are right?
Aug 16, 2018 5:23 PM
Answers · 1
These are really good questions! In my opinion, I would say: 1) You and your brother's private school is expensive. 2) Me and my wife's income is not enough to make a living. ~or~ Me and my wife's income combined is not enough to make a living. I hope this helps! :)
August 16, 2018
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