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    matilda Guest

    Talking 261-from my part

    hello all

    i was watching the movie (the lord of the rings, the two towers) and in one part,
    Faramir asked Frodo: are you a friend of Boromir?
    and Frodo replied: yes, from my part.


    what does (from my part ) mean?



    regards

    Mathilde

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    If you remember the story, Frodo is carrying the Ring, and Boromir tries to take it from him. What Frodo is implying is that Boromir was not entirely a friend to the Fellowship of the Ring, and Frodo in particular, but that Frodo bears no resentment and regards Boromir as his friend whatever the circumstance of Boromir's errors.

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    matilda Guest

    Talking Re: 261-from my part

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    If you remember the story, Frodo is carrying the Ring, and Boromir tries to take it from him. What Frodo is implying is that Boromir was not entirely a friend to the Fellowship of the Ring, and Frodo in particular, but that Frodo bears no resentment and regards Boromir as his friend whatever the circumstance of Boromir's errors.

    ahha!!!!
    you mean frodo said that i know boromir my friend although he may not be a real friend. am i right?

    thank you honey.

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