Which one is correct grammatically?
I want to say in a letter that the reader can contact "me or Jane Doe" if they have additional ??? However, I'm compelled to change it to "myself and Jane Doe". Which one is grammatically correct?
How about " Jane Doe or myself"?
Or "contact me at ******* *******, if I am not available contact Jane doe at *** ****....."
You would use "me" in this case. You can always test this by removing the "or .. .".
You would not say "The reader can contact myself" You would say "the reader can contact me."
If you don't like the sound of "me or Jane Doe", even though it is correct, make it into two sentences and put Jane Doe into the second one.
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