Could I use "As for me" in the beginning of the sentence?
For example, when somebody asks the whole group of people what was done, and one in that group answers what he did: "As for me, I did that and that...".
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It is quite common to use "as for me" in English. However, using it at the beginning of a sentence would only make sense if it is a follow-up, alternative, or response to something someone else has said (usually, to mark contrast with another person's opinion).
"He prefers hiking and surfing. As for me, I would rather just stay at home and relax"
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