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'Unlike me' or 'unlike myself'?



 
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'Unlike me' or 'unlike myself'? #1 (permalink) Wed Jun 09, 2010 14:53 pm   'Unlike me' or 'unlike myself'?
 

Which is correct?:

1. Unlike me, my sister has never visited Australia.

2. Unlike myself, my sister has never visited Australia.

Thanks in advance,

Kurius
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'Unlike me' or 'unlike myself'? #2 (permalink) Wed Jun 09, 2010 14:57 pm   'Unlike me' or 'unlike myself'?
 

"Unlike me" is correct.

Reflexive pronouns are used when we do something to ourselves, and they are used as adverbs for intensity.

You may regret this, but you did it to yourself.
I made the cake myself.
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'Unlike me' or 'unlike myself'? #3 (permalink) Wed Jun 09, 2010 14:58 pm   'Unlike me' or 'unlike myself'?
 

Thank you very much for the rapid reply.
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