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1. The issue should remain between Jim and yourself.
2, If you want the project, take their recommendations more serious.
3. Your department did very good on last weeks report.
4, The budget will be froze until next quarter.
5. Thank you for inviting John and I to the luncheon.

Thank you for your help.
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1. correct
2. If you want the project, take their recommendations more seriously.
3, Your department did very well on last week's report.
4. The budget will be frozen until next quarter.
5. Thank you for inviting me and John to the luncheon.

Are my sentences correct?

Thank you again Mister Micawber.
tildetdouspartAre my sentences correct?
Yes, indeed—but #1 is wrong. There is no call for the reflexive:

1. The issue should remain between Jim and you.
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