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    Default Correct Grammar

    Which is correct?

    Me and the Director or The dirctor and myself?

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    Default Re: Correct Grammar

    You need to show the entire sentence.

    The director and I were both pleased by the dress rehearsal.
    They gave complimentary tickets to the director and me.
    I gave credit to both the director and myself.

    (By convention, when it's "X and me," we usually put the "me" after the other person.)

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