What is used whenever a sentence is used or a person speaks?
That might be "Quotation marks".
What is the pronoun in the following sentence Whenever Anthony goes out of town the neighbors take care of his cat.?
Pronouns used in a sentence are determined by their antecedent (the noun that the pronoun is replacing). The antecedent determines the number (singular or plural), the gender (male, female, neuter), and the person (first person, second person, third person). The function of the pronoun in the sentence determines the case (subjective, objective, possessive).
The linking verb "is" is not used with a subject "you," but can be used if "you" is the predicate nominative and the subject is singular, or is a third person singular pronoun (he, she, it). 'It is you.' is a sentence using 'it' with 'you'. Another example is: "The only person you can blame for missing the deadline is you. (better is yourself)
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…
In the passive voice, the object of a sentence is used as the subject, and the original subject of the sentence is used in a prepositional phrase. This structure greatly weakens the power of a sentence and removes focus from the person or thing that is taking action. For example: John led the horse out of danger. (active sentence) The horse was led out of danger by John. (passive sentence)
No, it is not correct. The first person pronoun 'me' is an object pronoun used for the subject of the sentence. The first person subject pronoun is 'I'. It is also customary to put the first person pronoun last in a compound subject or object. The correct sentence is: "She and I are family." An example of a compound object of a sentence: "The family invited her and me.