Grammar Hammer: It’s Just Me, Myself, and I
The proper usage of me, myself, and I ranks pretty high in my list of grammar pet peeves. Maybe it’s all those quizzes I was subjected to in Mr. Mullens’ 6th grade English class, but when it comes to using me, myself, or I, here are a few quick tips to help you remember which is which.
I – one of the big guns in the personal pronoun world – is used as the subject. Only use “I” when you are the one taking action in the sentence. “I shoveled the driveway.” Simple, right? Let’s add someone else to the sentence. Which would you use?
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