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    #1

    Only a few of us, my father, myself and Maldo included pressed on.

    After completing the Beginner's and Advanced , most of us had had enough, Only a few of us, my father, myself and Maldo included pressed on.

    Could I use 'me' instead of 'myself'? Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: Only a few of us, my father, myself and Maldo included pressed on.

    You should, not could use 'me'.

    The whole sentence is a mess. Split it into two.

    After completing the beginners' and advanced courses, most of us had had enough. Only a few of us my father, Maldo and me included pressed on.

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