If I ask:
Can I also add:
And just to make it more confusing, could I instead use:
私自身、好きなのは。。。(rest of sentence)
(Also, would that ALWAYS be 私, or could you replace it with 僕 and still make sense?)
And just for one more point on a grammar topic I haven’t yet learned, って：
I had someone correct the sentence as
This would basically be saying, “on the topic of or ‘about’ Japanese rock bands, which is your favorite,” right?
If I wanted to introduce the topic of ‘Japanese rock,’ why could I not use:
I probably should study the grammar point before asking questions but I’m hasty. Lol.
Sorry if any of this is confusing, I can try explaining it better.
Also if the general grammar is incorrect in any of the sentences, I’d like corrections on those too.
Thanks in advance.