John and I or John and myself grammar?
John and I is correct in formal English. Though, John and myself, or John and me, or Me and John, are often used in in-formal speech.
No it's not correct grammar. You don't say "Myself is here." You say "I am here," so you would say "John and I are here."
No, no and no! NEVER use "myself" instead of "me." Use "myself" ONLY when the subject of the sentence or the clause is "I".
The correct form is Robert and I. Myself and Robert is incorrect.
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john and myself. Depends on the context. Sometimes, neither. e.g. "He drove John and Myself to the store" is incorrect. (source : canuwrite[dot]com[slash]grammar_pronouns[dot]php).
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Best: Contact either John or me.
No. Excruciatingly correct is My family is my mom, my dad and I. But we say My family is me, my mom and dad, or ...my mom and dad and me. You should only use "myself" reflexively ( I wash myself regularly) or for emphasis ( I, myself, did this). Never use "myself" in place of "I" or "me."
It is considered proper style or etiquette to mention yourself last and the other person first, but this is not a grammar rule. Examples: John and I went to the store. Mother sent John and me to the store. If you are wondering when to use "John and I" or "John and me," use "John and I" wherever you would use "I" and use "John and me" wherever you would use "me." This is a… Read More
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Please contact Jim or me or Please contact Jim or myself
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The correct form depends on what position the words have in a sentence. John and I went to the cinema. (Subject) Mary said she saw John and me in Paris. (object). To check which is right, leave out 'John and'. If it sounds stupid, it's wrong: Me went to the cinema is obviously wrong, as is Mary saw I. You'd only use John and myself in a sentence where you'd say 'myself' if John weren't… Read More
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What is the correct sentence I confirm John and myself as participants or I confirm John and me as participants?
"I confirm John and myself as participants" is correct. "Myself" is one of the "reflexive" pronouns, which should be used whenever an element of the predicate of a sentence represents the same person as an element of the subject of the same sentence. The easiest way to remember is: If you say the sentence again, but leave out "John", you would then say "I confirm myself as a participant." You wouldn't say "I confirm me… Read More
Correct grammar is "She met with John and me" because singular, "She met with me" makes more sense then "She met with I"
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No, "Linda and myself" is not correct. Myself is a reflexive pronoun and needs an antecedent that is the same person. Linda cannot be the antecedent for myself. Imagine a mirror. Linda sees herself in it. (Linda is the antecedent of herself.) I see myself, but I cannot see herself. Likewise, Linda cannot see myself. Incorrect: Linda and myself went to the movies. Dave and Bob invited Linda and myself to the movies. Correct: Linda… Read More
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no. you should only use "myself" when previously in the sentence you have used the word "I". proper grammar is "me and my directing partner". using myself would be correct if the sentence were, for instance, "I went, myself, along with my directing partner" although frankly, why not just say "i went with my directing partner" anyway, you get the point I'm sure.
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duno want to know myself
Yes. I can. I can teach you basics. Both reading and speaking. Phrases. Grammar and vocabulary (same as we and other study for example English or German).