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You can contact John, Jane or me (myself) for more information [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When is it correct to use “yourself” and “myself” (versus “you” and “me”)? In a conversation, how is is correct to say: You ...
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2answers
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“I am I”, “I am myself”, or “I am me”? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When is it correct to use “yourself” and “myself” (versus “you” and “me”)? According to Google Ngram, "I am myself" is more common that "I am I", but which is correct? Also, ...
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1answer
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Use of reflexive pronoun (you or yourself)? [duplicate]

Given the choice in sentences: I appreciate the help from both yourself and Bob. I appreciate the help from both you and Bob. Which is correct? I'm stuck because I can't seem to ...
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1answer
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When to use “myself” or “me” [duplicate]

Which is grammatically correct? "Request you to register me for the course" "Request you to register myself for the course"
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2answers
9k views

Jim and Myself? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When is it correct to use “yourself” and “myself” (versus “you” and “me”)? Doubt about the subject in this phrase: I, me, or myself? Use of “myself” in business-speak Does ...
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2answers
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“Including me” vs “Including myself” [duplicate]

Many of them, including me, have similar thoughts about that. Many Koreans including myself weren't concerned about them at all. I'm studying English and wondering how different they are. Could ...
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2answers
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Can “myself” stand for both “me” and “I” in “my mother and I/me”? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When is it correct to use “yourself” and “myself” (versus “you” and “me”)? In one of my older questions I asked for an ...
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4answers
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“Me” or “Myself”- which one is correct here? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When is it correct to use “yourself” and “myself” (versus “you” and “me”)? you and myself/me will enjoy the function being ...
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2answers
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Myself / Me--Which is correct here? [duplicate]

I gave everyone at the company, including myself, a huge Christmas bonus. Is "including myself"—not "including me"—correct here? Thank you.
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1answer
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The usage of “myself” - possessive [duplicate]

I was reading through some of the posts regarding reference to something "possessed" by more than one person, and I can't seem to find an agreement of the usage of of myself. Is it correct to say the ...
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1answer
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reflexive pronoun use [duplicate]

Which is better? "You" vs. "Yourself" (referring to God) "Draw us close to You." or "Draw us close to Yourself." "Bring us back to You." or "Bring us back to Yourself."
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1answer
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Do intensive pronouns ever convey new information? [duplicate]

So for instance, the sentence 'I myself am called James' is not different to 'I am called James', information wise. As a comparative measure, take the sentences, which make use of reflexive pronouns '...
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0answers
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It's ideal for “you” or “yourselves” [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When is it correct to use “yourself” and “myself” (versus “you” and “me”)? Are both It's ideal for you and It's ideal for ...
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0answers
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“Ourselves” versus “Us”—sentence-specific use? [duplicate]

I'm confused about when to use ourselves and when to use us. I looked at this question, but I'm not sure how to generalize that answer to the sentence I am working with. We need to base our ...
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42answers
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What are your favorite English language tools? [closed]

To prevent myself from asking an obvious, silly question multiple times: What are the English language tools you found most useful? I found Corpus Concordance English extremely useful for looking up ...

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