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    correct sentence

    Which is the correct sentence:

    Tom, harry, Sam and myself are going on a picnic
    or

    Tom ,harry,Sam and me are going on a picnic
    or

    Tom ,Harry, Sam amd I are going on a picnic

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    Re: correct sentence

    "Tom, Harry, Sam amd I are going on a picnic" is the only correct sentence of the three.

    Of "me. myself, and I" only "I" should be used as a subject (nominative case).

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