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IN this sentence, I am trying to identify all the parts of speech.
"As for me, I don't care for it."
As for me- prep phrase
I- pronoun subject
don't care for it- verb/predicate phrase?
or is "for it" something else?
thanks, Pegg





"As" is serving as a subordinating conjunction.
"for me" is a prepositional phrase
"I" is the subject (pronoun, yes)
"do care" is the verb
"not" (n't) is an adverb
"for it" another prepositional phrase

"don't care for it" is the whole predicate, yes

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