Is this sentence grammatically correct in English? (Please correct it if needed)?

You as a Contractor and me as a Homeowner made an agreement.

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  • Dave
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    7 months ago
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    You as a contractor and I as a homeowner made an agreement. (That's grammatically correct.) Now, since you Capitalized some Words, if we're already well into the contract language, 'You as Contractor and I as Homeowner entered into an agreement.' (Legal language such as an agreement ("the Agreement herein") tend to be a little more formal in tone, in spelling, and in what gets included.) It depends on what type of document you are writing. But you will not be wrong with the first sentence above...

    Source(s): native AmE
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  • 7 months ago

    Yes. Cause it's always the other person before yourself.

    • John P
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      7 months agoReport

      "You as a contractor and I as a homeowner, made an agreement." The use of capitals for "contractor" and Homeowner" is incorrect, and note "I made", not "me made". Note that the use of "cause" for "because" is informal, almost slang.

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  • 7 months ago

    No.

    YOU ... and I.

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  • 7 months ago

    it sounds okay to rne

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  • 7 months ago

    No. "Me" can't make an agreement. You make an agreement. I make an agreement. You and I made an agreement.

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