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    Am I a part of .....

    Hi,

    I just did a google search and found out that there are no ones have asked " Am I a part of your world?". Why is that? I don't think this question is grammatically wrong.

    If you were the man who's asked this question by a girl, what would you understand and react?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Am I a part of .....

    Quote Originally Posted by hanky View Post
    Hi,

    I just did a google search and found out that there are no ones have asked " Am I a part of your world?". Why is that? I don't think this question is grammatically wrong.

    If you were the man who's asked this question by a girl, what would you understand and react?

    Thanks.
    Hello,

    I am not a teacher and not English but if this girl is your girlfriend maybe they want to tell you that perhaps she loves you or another thing in what you are connected.

    It's just my mind but with a more precise context I believe I can find what she is looking for.

    Bye.

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    Re: Am I a part of .....

    Quote Originally Posted by hanky View Post
    Hi,

    I just did a google search and found out that there are no ones have asked " Am I a part of your world?". Why is that? I don't think this question is grammatically wrong. It's not wrong, and I found nine references, including your post here.

    If you were the man who's asked this question by a girl, what would you understand and react? She's asking if she is a part of your world, whether she is important or significant to you. Your answer would be some variation of 'yes' or 'no'.

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    Re: Am I a part of .....

    Quote Originally Posted by 2006 View Post
    2006
    What are those references you were talking about? Thanks.

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    Re: Am I a part of .....

    Quote Originally Posted by hanky View Post
    What are those references you were talking about? Thanks.
    Search the web for "Am I a part of your world?" Don't leave a space between the quotation marks and the rest of your sentence.

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    Re: Am I a part of .....

    Am I a part of your world?

    I would interpret this as being asked if she belongs in my cultural sphere.

    For example, a racing car driver's cultural sphere (or world) would be that of fast cars, burning rubber, nuts and bolts, engine oil, training, champagne, fame, paparazzi, travel etc.

    Am I a part of your life?

    This would be a question about relationships.

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    Re: Am I a part of .....

    Quote Originally Posted by 2006 View Post
    Search the web for "Am I a part of your world?" Don't leave a space between the quotation marks and the rest of your sentence.
    There are only nine pages that include the sentence! This fact makes me think as if the sentence is not common in English and rarely used by English girls.

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