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    Hi guys,

    Is it correct to say "I am a fortunate man" or "he is a fortunate man"(Please explain the meaning). If it is correct then what would be the apposite of it?

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    Re: Fortunate

    "I am a fortunate man" and "He is a fortunate man" are both correct. Which word do you not understand the meaning of?

    To make the
    opposite, change 'fortunate' to 'unfortunate'.

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