Is it correct to say someone and myself?
So, to answer your question, you only use “myself and someone else in a sentence” when you are the subject of the verb and you and someone else are also the object: “I made dinner for my wife and myself.”
Which is correct you or yourself?
These are reflexive pronouns, which means that they reflect back on the subject. So use “yourself” when the subject is “you” and use “myself” when the subject is “I”.
What is you and yourself?
As pronouns the difference between you and yourself is that you is (object pronoun) the people spoken, or written to, as an object while yourself is (reflexive) your own self.
Should I use me or myself in a sentence?
In general, when the speaker is the object of a verb, but not the subject, choose me. When the speaker is both the subject and the object of a verb, choose myself. Since myself and subject both contain the letter S, this should be an easy rule to remember.
Can you say John and myself?
Avoid myself unless it’s necessary. “John and I” is more standard. “My self” is usually either reflexive; “I hurt myself catching the dog, or emphatic “I didn’t go there myself”.
Is it from you or from yourself?
In that case “you” would be correct. Yourself, myself, him/herself…. are reflexive pronouns. “A reflexive pronoun is a special kind of pronoun. It is usually used when the object of a sentence is the same as the subject, as you will see below.
Is it your self or yourself?
As nouns the difference between self and yourself is that self is an individual person as the object of his own reflective consciousness (plural selves) while yourself is your usual, normal, or true self.
What is the difference between yourself and yourself?
We use myself, yourself, himself, herself, themselves or itself when the object of the sentence is the same as the subject. They are all known as reflexive pronouns. Myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself are all singular – they refer to one person (or a ‘thing’ for itself).
Is myself one word or two?
Nonetheless, use of one-word myself to stand in for two-word my self is established and generally accepted: “You seem like a better version of myself” would not normally be objected to, and “I just want to be myself” is perfectly fine. Once in my youth I was talking with a woman who had a background in journalism.
Is John and myself grammatically correct?
“John and I” or “John and me” is better. Avoid myself unless it’s necessary. “John and I” is more standard. “My self” is usually either reflexive; “I hurt myself catching the dog, or emphatic “I didn’t go there myself”.