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    Difference between myself and all by myself

    1) I went to school myself. 2) I went to school by myself.

    What is the difference in meaning between the above 2 sentences? Please advise.

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    Re: Difference between myself and all by myself

    the second one means alone with out anyone else for example I live by myself

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    #3

    Re: Difference between myself and all by myself

    Quote Originally Posted by death View Post
    tThe second one means 'alone, with out without anyone else', for example, "I live by myself".
    Please use capital letters and punctuation marks correctly. We like teachers to set a good example in this forum. Thank you.

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    #4

    Re: Difference between myself and all by myself

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    Welcome to the forums, death. (Why do I feel uncomfortable writing that?)



    Britdam, I typed myself/by myself in the Google Custom Search box at the top of the page and found these similar threads for you.

    Rover

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