How do you write the following sentence:
Marcelo, together with Angela and I, are going to...
Marcelo, together with Angela and myself, are going to...
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The example sentence does not combine Marcelo with Angela and myself as subjects. The sentence can be rewritten like this, which preserves the same grammatical meaning:
"Marcelo is going to ... together with Angela and me/myself".
'together with' introduces Angela and myself as indirect objects of the verb going.
However, if you write it like this:
"Marcelo, Angela and I are going to ... together.", the grammatical meaning changes somewhat, as Marcelo, Angela and I are all the subject of the sentence.
So in this case, I is wrong and me is or myself are both correct (gramatically). Differentiating between me and myself seems to be a matter of style.