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    Smile Me And My Question

    I wrote... "I won the district award and was presented with this in London which was a real honour for me amd my family."

    Suggested I use "My family and me" O.K but was I grammatically incorrect?


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    Re: Me And My Question

    I do not feel that it is incorrect as you wrote it; either will do. However, as you are the one receiving the prize, it makes sense to place "me" before "my family".

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    Re: Me And My Question

    I agree! There should be a comma before "which" though (if you are writing the sentence down)

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