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    Made it myself

    "I have made it to me myself, whatever I am right now(means whatever I have achieved)".

    "He is a monster. You have made it to him yourself"

    Please check.

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    Re: Made it myself

    Sorry, tufguy. That's total nonsense. I cannot work out what you are trying to say with either sentence. My best guess would be:

    I made myself what I am right now.
    He is a monster. You made him that way.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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