Me, myself and I
When should you say I and when should it be me? I or me?
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Rule 1: If you are taking the action the sentence describes, say "I". Otherwise, it's "me".
Right: I am typing (I am the subject - the active person or thing)
Right: My client wrote to me (the client is active and I am on the receiving end, so "me" is correct)
Rule 2. If there's another person involved, so you want to say "Adam and ..." it makes NO difference. Use I or me as you would have without Adam.
Right: Martha and I designed and built the set in a week.
Wrong: Me and Martha designed the set
Wrong: They awarded Martha and I the first prize.
Rule 3: Only say "myself" when you are referring back to "I" for emphasis.
Right: I know it went on Thursday, I posted it myself.
Wrong: Please send the completed form to myself (should be "me")