TED-Ed Lesson Explains When to Use ‘Me,’ ‘Myself,’ and ‘I’

By Maryann Yin 

The TED-Ed video team has crafted a lesson on when to use ‘me,’ ‘myself,’ and ‘I.’ The animated video embedded above features an examination of these three special pronouns.

Writer Emma Bryce served as the educator for this lesson. Over at the TED-Ed website, viewers can access a quiz, a discussion board, and more resources.

In the past, TED-Ed has crafted lessons on a Walt Whitman poem, the hero’s journey, and the oxford comma. For those seeking a little more fun with grammar, check out the “When Not to Correct People’s Grammar” video from CollegeHumor.