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    Question Personally or by myself

    Hello,

    I'm wondering, what would be the most appropriate way to say:

    I check every order by myslef

    I check ever order personally

    Personally, I check every order

    Your help will be greatly appreciated

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    Re: Personally or by myself

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hello,

    I'm wondering, what would be the most appropriate way to say:

    I check every order by myslef

    I check ever order personally

    Personally, I check every order

    Your help will be greatly appreciated
    I check every order personally.

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    Re: Personally or by myself

    Or, myself, without "by" which changes the meaning to "alone".

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