"Toi et moi marchons."
Traduction :You and I walk.
Lots of English speakers say 'you and me walk', but it is wrong. In english, we keep the subject 'I'. We don't say 'me walks'. We say 'I walk'. Therefor, we say 'You and I walk'. This is proper English.
I wonder, if you can help me, why it is 'toi et moi marchons', not 'tu et je marchons'. Is it always wrong to say 'tu et je marchons' in French?