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    Red face As, For

    I wanna know about these two underlined constructions I've never seen. Can anybody help me please?

    - Please, sit down. What do you want? I'm already having coffee.
    - As for me I'd like a glass of milk.
    - So would I, but I'd like a bigger glass, for I prefer milk to any drink.

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    Re: As, For

    Quote Originally Posted by lorenabrand View Post
    I wanna know about these two underlined constructions I've never seen. Can anybody help me please?

    - Please, sit down. What do you want? I'm already having coffee.
    - As for me I'd like a glass of milk.
    - So would I, but I'd like a bigger glass, for I prefer milk to any drink.
    First thing, welcome to the forums.

    As for me means to me, to my own part.

    And for after a comma would mean because.

    Not a teacher at all.

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