You and your daughter...

by Juli
(Humble, Tx)

I am writing an email and I can't quite figure out which is correct. I'm asking if someone is still in need of a product and am using "if you and your daughter are still looking"... is it correct to use that phrasing, or should I use "if your daughter and yourself..." ??

Hi there,
Your first option works fine. "If you and your daughter are still looking for __________ (insert product here)...

We wouldn't say if your daughter and yourself. :)

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