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Is this grammatically correct?

"I was surprised by the similarities that arose between the young fictional girl and I."


or is it "...fictional girl and myself?"

  • grammar -

    Neither.

    It should be ". . .fictional girl and ME."

    The pronoun is the object of the preposition "between" -- so it must be the object pronoun "me."

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    thank you!

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