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    Default grammar rules?

    is the sentence:
    "Me, I'm not doing anything." grammatically correct? I know that in French it is normal for people to say that, but I wasn't sure if it was grammatically correct even though it's a bit awkward.

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    Default Re: grammar rules?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    is the sentence:
    "Me, I'm not doing anything." grammatically correct? I know that in French it is normal for people to say that, but I wasn't sure if it was grammatically correct even though it's a bit awkward.
    "(TO) me, it's okay - Caution: I'm not a teacher

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