- 4 Post By bhaisahab
by myself, on my own, myself
I will do it myself = 'I will do it, no-one else will.'
I will do it by myself = 'I will do it, I don't need any help.'
I will do it on my own = 'I will do it, I don't need any help.'
I found the above from a closed thread talking about the differences between the underlined parts.
If that's the case, does it mean by myself and on my own are in the same meaning?
Re: by myself, on my own, myself
Originally Posted by Ju
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