Me, Myself and I

  • 2015.11.20

Many people, including native speakers, often use these pronouns incorrectly. 
‘I’ is a subject pronoun. A subject is the person/thing doing an action.
I like her. 
‘Me’ is an object pronoun. An object is the person/thing being acted on.
She likes me.
‘Myself’ is a reflexive pronoun. It is used in a sentence when ‘I’ is the subject and we want to refer back to it.  
I consider myself a very lucky man.

*Watch this video for a fun animated explanation of the differences.