Grammar

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The surgery was performed by Dr. Jones and me / myself.
A) me
B) myself
I answered B

  • Grammar -

    and you were wrong.

    Myself is a reflexive pronoun, and is used when you had previously been mentioned.

    Better study up a bit on reflexive pronouns and their use.

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