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Me vs Myself
Difference, Examples & Quiz

What's the difference? Which one is correct?


Definition: Me refers to the speaker or the person speaking.

Usage: Me is used as the object pronoun in a sentence.

Example sentences:
  • 1. He gave the book to me.
  • 2. Can you pass me the salt?
  • 3. She told me the news.

Definition: Myself is a reflexive pronoun that refers back to the subject of the sentence.

Usage: Myself is used when the subject and object of a sentence are the same person.

Example sentences:
  • 1. I will do it myself.
  • 2. I saw myself in the mirror.
  • 3. I need to take care of myself.

Me: Used to refer to oneself. Myself: Also used to refer to oneself, but in a reflexive or emphatic way.

Quizzes about "Me" vs "Myself"

Me vs Myself: 5 Quizzes

1. What is my favorite color?

2. Which is my favorite season?

3. What is my favorite food?

4. Which is my favorite hobby?

5. What is my favorite animal?


  • Who am I?

    You are yourself.

  • What is my name?

    Your name is your identity.

  • What are my hobbies?

    Your hobbies are the activities you enjoy doing.

  • How do I define success?

    Success is subjective and can be defined in various ways.

  • What are my strengths?

    Your strengths are your positive qualities and abilities.