Does "To me, nothing is impossible" also work for this sentence?
So can have two different meanings, e.g. "Nothing is impossible for me to do" VS "I believe that nothing is impossible".
Yes this is correct. The sentence is ambiguous and both meanings can apply depending on context.
Wah! Kamu memiliki kepala besar, iya?
For me, there isn't anything impossible
Why not accpeted?
Because a native English speaker wouldn't put it like that.
In my opinion, there is nothing impossible. Spot the difference, please. Or kindly explain to me where I'm wrong. Terimakasih
The Indonesian sentence doesn't explicitly mention opinions.
Mugkinbis similar to how we say possible in hindi