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What is the correct usage of your in the following please: Attached for your and dan's review

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I would go the business style:

Attached for the Review of: Mr. Miller and Mr. Simon


This phrase is awkward because it puts a pronoun and a proper name in parallel.

A smoother wording might be the following:

Attached for review by Dan and yourself.

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    Except yourself is a reflexive pronoun, which is uncalled for in this sentence. – KarlG Mar 8 '18 at 20:02

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