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  1. Pokeflute

    Hindi: myself ( apne aap / aap hi / aap se app /. khud / svayan / aap)

    From what I understand, all the above words mean "by oneself" or "oneself". I think there's a slight distinction between the first 3 and the last 3, but I wanted to confirm. If I understand the distinction correctly, the following all mean "I cleaned my room on my own (i.e. with no extra...
  2. G

    I/me: I am <I, me>.

    I am me. I am I. The difference is the first one is informal and the second thing is formal?
  3. P

    I look at <me, myself> in the mirror.

    Hi everyone I'd like to know if both sentences are correct: 1. I look at me in the mirror. 2. I look at myself in the mirror. Thanks for helping me!
  4. GabyG

    I'll find the answer within <me, myself>.

    Could you please tell me which one is correct? Or if I can use both? I want to write the following: ".... I'll find the answer within me/myself?" Thanks so much.
  5. N

    Because I am always <me, myself>.

    - She says she loves me just because I am always me. - I think "myself" is better than "me", right? Thanks a lot! NamLan
  6. deslenguada

    I/me: ... that you feel will benefit both you and <I, me, myself>.

    Sentence: Whilst this would be my ideal job, I would be happy to undertake any other duties that you feel will benefit both you and me / I / myself. This is for job application form and I would like to know which ones is the most formal and which one is the moste proper to write. Thank you!
  7. N

    Here are some facts about <me, myself>.

    Another question: 1) Here are some facts about me. 2) Here are some facts about myself. I'd tend to say 2 but am not sure if 1 is possible because there's no subject in the sentences and I've learnt that you use the reflexive pronoun when the subject and the object of the sentence are the...
  8. S

    My friends and I play ... / <Me, Myself> and my friends play ...

    I am English so I can't believe I am asking this, but which of the following is correct: Myself and my friends play badminton weekly. My friends and I play badminton weekly. Me and my friends play badminton weekly. This is for a university application so must be quite formal (probably not the...
  9. T

    I found nuclear physics to be above <me, myself>.

    Which is correct? I found nuclear physics to be above me. I found nuclear physics to be above myself. The first is my choice, but since "I" is already part of the sentence you would think that the reflexive use of "myself" would be correct.
  10. drei_lengua

    Send it to <me/ myself>

    Hello everyone, "Just send it to myself and John" - I hate this common mistake in the use of "myself". I work in corporate America and have quickly come to the conclusion that fancy executives and big proud project managers like to use so many pretentious phrases. My apologies if you are a...
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