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eg) What I have said was not for you.

Q1) Please let me know whether or not the example sentence above is grammatically right.

Q2) Sometimes I want to express "what I have talked before" as some words like "saying","say","talk", or "talks".
Which word is the must suitable?

eg1) I want to start my saying with an expression that I really thank you for your support, Mr James
eg2) I want to start my say with an expression that I really thank you for your support, Mr James
eg3) I want to start my talk with an expression that I really thank you for your support, Mr James
eg4) I want to start my talks with an expression that I really thank you for your support, Mr James

I don't want to use the words like comments or speech because it is not for a kind of official affairs. It is just for a personal talking with the other.

Which is the most suitable among eg1,eg2,eg3, and eg4? Thank you in advance for your teaching.
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Son JamesWhat I have said was not for you.
Q1 This is an odd sentence. What did you mean?
Q2 eg3) I want to start my talk with an expression that I really thank you for your support, Mr James is the closest. The others won't work at all. However, with an expression does not work here.
I want to start my talk by saying that I really thank you for your support, Mr James would solve the problem.
Q1) I should have written " What I have said here before is not for you" or " what I have said here before was not for you". I wanted to ask you whether or not the tense of that sentence is right.
Q2) Thank you so much for your teaching, Blue Jay Emotion: embarrassed
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Son James What I have said here before is not for you" or " what I have said here before was not for you
I'm still not clear exactly what you want to say here. Can you give me an example of the kind of situation you have in mind where you might say this?
In someone's Facebook,

A: I like this host's writings so much.
Son James: ( Reply to A) Yes,there are a lot of reason that we should bear the host's criticism on my country.
C: Son James's opinion is unreasonable. I don't like his criticism on my country because .........
Son James: What I have said before is not for you,C. It is for "A"!

I really hope that you can now understand which situation I was in. Thank you in advance for your teaching.
OK. Now I get it.
What I said before was not meant (or intended) for you, C. It was meant (or intended) for A.
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Ah~~~ Thanks to you, I've learned that that expression should be under passive voice. Thank you so much for your teaching, Blue Jay Emotion: embarrassed