How to use Me, Myself and I
When referring to yourself and someone else, put their name first in the sentence.
Choose “I” or “me” by removing their name and seeing which sounds right.
You would not have say “you are not to work”, you would not say “you is off to work” if it was just you; you’d say “I am off to work”. Therefore when talking about going with someone else, you say “Anne and I are off to work”.
You only use “myself” if you’ve already used “I”, making you the subject of the sentence.
1.John and I went to the park.
2.Give to to John and me after school.
3.I will do it myself.