"As for me"
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I'm not sure what to tell her because it doesn't sound wrong but I know I never say it, and everyone around me's got some degree of Russianisms incorporated into their English, and I honestly can't remember if English-speakers say this or not.
And if we don't say "As for me," what do we say? Usually when a student asks a question I can't answer, I play through situations in my head and get myself to use the language naturally. The best I could come up with was "Me, I like cheese" - so just saying "me," rather than "as for me." I was able to tell her when we use "as for you," but it's definitely a different context than what she's talking about.
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"...me, I ..."? "Me, I ..."?
He likes chocolate, but I prefer ....!
Others may use the "as for me" construction, but I've never developed the habit.
As for me and my household, we will serve the LORD.
I knew I had it in my head from a specific quote.
As for me, I try to avoid using it, though not for the reason given by Naren as qualification (like a prefacing "I think") need not smack of conceit but can rather be a mark of humility as the powerful need not mention themselves as they would talk for all of us. Perhaps Erilarlo says about all that can be said.