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Is it correct to say “Take myself for example”?

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To be grammatically correct, change “take myself for example” to “take me for example.”
Myself is a reflexive pronoun. Reflexive pronouns are used when referring to the subject again. They can never be the subject of a sentence. You would never say: “Myself is going to buy a new pair of shoes.” You would say: “I am going to buy myself a new pair of shoes.” In this example, “myself” is referring to the subject “I” and is acting as the object of the sentence. Me is an object pronoun. Object pronouns come after a verb or preposition and can be used in place of object nouns.

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