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What is the correct grammatical usage of 'I' and 'you'?

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If you are writing or talking about a person then they ALWAYS come first. Example: (if you are talking to the person) ... 'Remember that time YOU and I went hiking and we came across that bear?' When writing: 'We have had so many great memories together and I consider you and I the best of friends.'
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