Difference between you and I and you and me
Do you still struggle to decide which of the above phrases is the correct one?
Between you and me is the grammatically correct answer.
Firstly, you, I and me are pronouns and between is a preposition. The other difference between I and me is that ‘I’ is a subject pronoun and ‘me’ is an object pronoun, therefore the correct phrase is ‘between you and me’. Me is in the object position of that sentence.
Nevertheless, it’s acceptable to say between you and I as it’s appallingly common however, it’s not grammatically correct. Although, it is acceptable to make the following statement, ‘You and I were invited to the ball.’