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I am me or I am I?
Which one is correct?
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I am me?I am I? both are wrong.I am Shehla.
Hi,

Let me ask the original poster again.

In what context would you want to say this?

It seems like an odd thing to want to say.

Clive
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I am me?I am I? both are wrong.I am Shehla.
Yoong LiatI say I am me and you are you. We don't get in each other's way!

Am I right to conclude that the above sentence is natural?
Yes. That is a correct conclusion! The sentence itself requires an unusual context, of course.

I've got to be me is sometimes heard as a humorous explanation for one's idiosyncratic behavior!

-- Why are you standing on your head while watching TV?
-- I've got to be me! (I gotta be me!)

Note that I've got to be Iwould likely make a native speaker laugh, or at least smile. One feels a certain absurdity about it. Emotion: smile

CJ
Hi,

The Beatles sang

I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together.

Clive[:^)]
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CliveThe Beatles sang

I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together.
From which we are to conclude what? Emotion: smile

CJ
CalifJim
CliveThe Beatles sang

I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together.
From which we are to conclude what?

CJ

Cloning has come out of the woodwork! Emotion: big smile
AlpheccaStarsCloning has come out of the woodwork!
Thanks for that clarification.

Emotion: big smile
CJ
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Okay, but I think grammatically speaking, the I am ME should be more correct than I am I. How can it be more informal than the later?
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