This Month's Grammar Rule: Me, Myself and I

Pronouns trip up some of the bet business writers. A pronoun is a stand-in word for a noun. For example, "he" stands in for "Jonathan:" Jonathan wanted to start the new project today. He plans to set a meeting for this afternoon." Many people have trouble matching pronouns to the nouns they replace or the sentence in which they're used (in this sentence, "they're" stands in for "pronouns," which is a plural word). One of the most common grammar mistakes in pronoun use is incorrectly choosing whether to use the pronouns "me," "myself" or "I." When to Use I Let's begin with use of "I." In many uses, it's easy to know when to use this pronoun in writing or speaking. "I went to the sales trainin

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