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Hi teachers, 

Could you please tell me the difference between 'myself', 'by myself', and 'on my own'?

A)
1) I can go there myself.
2) I can go there by myself.
3) I can go there on my own. 

B)
1) Don't ask this to me, because you, yourself, have the answer to this question. 
2) Don't ask this to me, because you have the answer to this question by yourself
3) Don't ask this to me, because you have the answer to this question on you own

Thank you. 
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Laborious1) I can go there myself.
I don't need anybody to go on my behalf.
Laborious2) I can go there by myself.
I don't need to be accompanied or assisted by anybody else.
Laborious3) I can go there on my own.
I don't need to be accompanied.

There is not a clear difference between #2 and #3, in my opinion.
Thank you very much, Mr. fivejedjon, for your help! Did you mean that with 'myself', I don't need anybody to go for me and with 'by myself/on my own', I don't need anybody to go with me? I am afraid I didn't fully understand your 'on my behalf' part.

Thank you once again.
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Laborious1) Don't ask me this to me, because you, yourself, have the answer to this question. Don't ask me this, because you can find the answer yourself.
2) Don't ask this to me this, because you have the answer to this question by yourself. Don't...., because you can find the answer by yourself.
3) Don't ask me this to me, because you have the answer to this question on you own. Don't....., because you can find the answer on your own.
Laborious. I am sure that is what he meant.1) I can go there myself = I do not need someone to go for me, I can physically go. 2) I can go there by myself = I do not need anyone to go with me, I can go alone/without anyone.. 3)I can go there on my own = I do not need someone/anyone to go with me, I can go alone.Behalf =As the agent of or on someone's part. When someone does something on your behalf, they are doing something for you, in stead of you doing it. Example: I fell and hurt myself 10 minutes before I was supposed to babysit, so my sister is going to babysit on my behalf.
Thanks to all of you people for helping me. I really appreciate that. :-P But how about the latter group (which was 'B') of examples? Could you help me with this one as well, please?

Thanks.
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LaboriousBut how about the latter group (which was 'B') of examples? Could you help me with this one as well, please?
I did address those.
Yes, Canadian45. It was my mistake that I hadn't read the thread very attentively. I've just read your explanation and it was helpful. Thank you once again! Emotion: smile