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"I was really happy to be shared with their culture."
The active voice version of this sentence is "I was really happy that they shared me with their culture." Am I right?
I understand the usage of "share something with a person", but this case is "share a person with a thing."
What does the sentence exactly mean?
Is this the same meaning as:
"I was really happy to be shared their culture with."
"I was really happy to be shared in their culture."
do all three sentences have different meaning?