I am emailing on behalf of Jane and myself or I am emailing on behalf of Jane and I?
Which is the correct version?
- busterwasmycatLv 76 months ago
of Jane and me. Jane's and my behalf, perhaps.
- 6 months ago
"Jane and I" is the correct version.
- Karen LLv 76 months ago
Jane and me. You wouldn't say 'on behalf of I', would you? Myself is reflexive; you use it for actions that you performed with yourself as the object of the verb. I hurt myself. I saw myself in the mirror. I bought myself some shoes.
Or you could skip the whole problem and say 'I'm emailing on Jane's and my behalf'.
- Mark IXLv 76 months ago
I'd use "Jane and I".