This post is for people who speak English but experience occasional grammar anxiety.
Well, that's most of us.
So: when does one say between you and me and when does one say between you and I?
Well, that's easy. One says between you and I when one doesn't understand the rules but has a vague feeling that I sounds rather classier.
Between you and me is, however, standard English.
So there we are: one worry fewer.
Good day's work.
Word To Use Today: grammar. The Greek word grammatikos means concerning letters.