Which is correct? "The only smart people in the room are you and I." or "You and me."
in the room are you and me." Why.
You and I does not sound right and are not right. You and me are right grammatically.
"The only smart people in the room are you and me."
You would not say that the only smart person in the room is I--you would say me. Same deal when adding someone else to your sentence.
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I think not. See you're not talking to me. (must be something I ate!)
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