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    Default Myself vs. Me

    Would it be correct to use 'I' or 'myself,' in the following sentence?: My husband and 'I' were delighted with the gift. Would it be correct to use 'me' or 'myself' in the following sentence?: They very kindly invited my sister and 'me' to the inauguration.

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    Default Re: Myself vs. Me

    Quote Originally Posted by bweatherbee View Post
    Would it be correct to use 'I' or 'myself,' in the following sentence?: My husband and 'I' were delighted with the gift. Would it be correct to use 'me' or 'myself' in the following sentence?: They very kindly invited my sister and 'me' to the inauguration.
    Welcome to the forums, bweatherbee. Use "I" in the first one and "me" in the second.

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