Difference between myself and all by myself

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britdam007

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1) I went to school myself. 2) I went to school by myself.

What is the difference in meaning between the above 2 sentences? Please advise.
 

death

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the second one means alone with out anyone else for example I live by myself
 

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[STRIKE]t[/STRIKE]The second one means 'alone, [STRIKE]with out[/STRIKE] without anyone else', for example, "I live by myself".
Please use capital letters and punctuation marks correctly. We like teachers to set a good example in this forum. Thank you.
 

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Welcome to the forums, death. (Why do I feel uncomfortable writing that?)



Britdam, I typed myself/by myself in the Google Custom Search box at the top of the page and found these similar threads for you.

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