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  1. Ksenia
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    As far as I am concerned.

    Hello!
    I would like to ask you if the expression 'as far as I am concerned' means the same as, for example, 'in my opinion' or 'in as much as it matters to me'?

    In my opinion, you should visit this exhibition.

    Can I say here As far as I am concerned, you should visit this exhibition?

    Thank you very much!

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    Re: As far as I am concerned.

    'As far as I am concerned' can have a similar meaning to 'in my opinion', but it does not really work in your example.

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