The first-person singular pronouns of English are ‘I’, ‘me’, and ‘myself’. Although in daily speech people have been known to use them somewhat interchangeably, IMO it’s worth knowing which roles those different words are supposed to play in a sentence.
Give yourself a quiz. Read each of the sentences below and decide whether it is grammatically correct.
Me/Myself/I Usage Quiz
- The horses were trained by Sylvia and myself.
- Me and Sylvia sold the horses to a riding school.
- The boss split the profit between Sylvia and I.
Answers and explanations after the jump.
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