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We usually say "You, not I, are wrong." But my grammar book says actually there's an "and" before "not", so the sentence is originally supposed to be:

You, and not I, are wrong.

May I ask if this is really the case? Emotion: hmm

Thank you for answering!
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With or without and. Both are fine.
CJ
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Thank you! I understand now.