Which is grammatically correct the company who or the company which?

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It's the company which because "who" is for a person, "which" is for a thing. Companies are things, not people.

It sounds better to use "that". For example: The company that polluted the river was ordered to clean it out within two years.
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Which is grammatically correct was you or were you?

'Were you' is grammatically correct, as it gives us a subject (you), and a time (past), although it is not a full sentence, which requires a location. So you could say 'Were y

Is me and her grammatically correct?

Yes, the noun phrase 'me and her' is grammatically correct. The pronouns 'me' and 'her' are objective personal pronouns, whichfunction as the object of a verb or a preposition

Is you and he grammatically correct?

Yes, in context as the subject. Example: You and he are friends, BUT not as the object; the correct objective is: They saw you and him talking together

What is the correct noun for a company of?

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