What part of speech is “personal”

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as an adjective, 'personal' describes something that belongs to or is connected with a particular person rather than to a group or an organization. It can also refer to topics, feelings, or information that are private or specific to an individual.

This is my personal opinion, not the view of the company.

Please don't touch my personal belongings.

He took the criticism as a personal attack.

'Personal' can also refer to something done or made by a particular individual, emphasizing their involvement. For example, 'a personal letter' or 'a personal touch.' Be cautious when asking about someone's 'personal life' or 'personal details' as it might be considered intrusive or impolite. Confusing 'personal' with 'personnel.' 'Personal' refers to individual or private matters, while 'personnel' refers to employees or staff.

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