a picture of you and me means,,,?
a picture of you and a picture of me? or just one picture of us
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
one picture of us.
- The Answer ManLv 51 decade ago
For a picture of you and a picture of me, the correct English would be to way "A picture of you and a picture of me", (two singular pictures) or "Pictures of you and me" (pictures is plural here)
A single picture with both of us in it would be correct to say a picture of you and me. (picture is singular, meaning one)
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Pictures of us in the new 2007 Kama Sutra instruction manual.
- 1 decade ago
a picture of you and me is a picture of us.
When in doubt whether to use me or I... ask yourself..
is this a picture of 'you'?
is this a picture of 'me'?
is this a picture of "I"?
I am glad you asked this! I get tired of seeing a caption under photos that state: "My friend, <Name> and I"
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- thejokkerLv 51 decade ago
why dont you just ask whoever said that to you.Source(s): mind-reading is not part of my skill set