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    For me

    This is useless for me.
    I think this sentence has two meanings.
    1. In my opinion it's useless, generally.
    2. It may be useful for others, but for me it's useless (due to some reason).

    What do you think?
    I have the feeling that it matches #2.
    If I mean #1, the sentence should be:
    For me this is useless.

    Am I right?

    P.S: Maybe the key is not to use "for" but "to"


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    Re: For me

    I agree with your conclusions.



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