suffer-cait wrote:Kewangji wrote:Felstaff wrote:It depends what you were caught doing with said dead man.
Me and Tupac are/were the best rappers in the world. (While I still am, and some count Tupac as it too.)
Me and Kurt Cobain are/were professionals! (While I'm still a professional, and Kurt can't be 'cos he's dead)
Me and Amy Winehouse are/were great entertainment at parties.
This grammar confuses me. Which is it!?!
The correct grammar would be, "Tupac and I."
but more seriously, you use the past tense, because the two of you are no longer whatever, even though you still are whatever."
Thank you! Now I'm enlightened.