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    Correct Grammar

    Is it correct to say Thanks from both John and I or should it be Thanks from both John and me or does it matter which I use

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    Re: Correct Grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by BETA
    Is it correct to say Thanks from both John and I or should it be Thanks from both John and me or does it matter which I use
    I dont know what the teachers think.

    But I would have said, that the both can be put in slightly different

    Thanks from both John and I .

    I think would have sounded better as :

    Thanks from both John and myself

    Thanks from both John and me

    Im not really sure about this, but I'm sure someone will have a better suggestion :)

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    Thanks from both John and me.
    The reflexive and the subject pronoun are incorrect.

    FRC

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