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Me and my supervisor seem to slightly disagree on the following:
He thinks "... and by this way I will also improve..."

While I think it should just say "... and this way I will also improve..."

Which one is correct? Emotion: smile

Thanks!

rgds,

Roger
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Hi,

Me I and my supervisor seem to slightly disagree on the following:

He thinks "... and by this way I will also improve..."

While I think it should just say "... and this way I will also improve..."

Which one is correct? Emotion: smile

Don't say 'and by this way . . ' Say 'and this way . . . ' or 'and in this way . . . '

Best wishes, Clive
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Oh the impolite things we can say about our supervisors when they're not present!
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It is more correct to say "My supervisor and I" rather than "I and my supervisor"
Hi,
It is more correct to say "My supervisor and I" rather than "I and my supervisor"

Are you suggesting it is more correct in terms of grammar, or in terms of politeness, or both?

If only in terms of politeness, have you considered that the context suggests that the supervisor is not present?

Best wishes, Clive
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