One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘I will deal personally with any queries’
in person, oneself
2‘personally, I think he made a very sensible move’
for my part, for my own part, for myself, according to my way of thinking, to my mind, in my estimation, as far as I am concerned, in my opinion, in my view, in my own opinion, in my own view, from my own point of view, from where I stand, from my standpoint, as I see it, if you ask me, for my money, in my book
‘don't take it personally if they turn you down’
take something as an insult, regard something as a slight, take something amiss, take offence at, be offended by
be upset, be aggrieved, be affronted, take umbrage, take exception, be indignant, feel insulted, feel hurt
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