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    is the form ' it's me who am right' wrong or right?

    is the form ' it's me who am right' wrong or right?

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    Re: is the form ' it's me who am right' wrong or right?

    Quote Originally Posted by allthewayanime View Post
    is the form ' it's me who am right' wrong or right?
    For a start, it should be "It is I..."

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    Re: is the form ' it's me who am right' wrong or right?

    If it's I who am right.(in this case, without a doubt, is right)
    But the thing I want to know( if we use the informal english) is if we can say : It's me(accusative) who am right.( instead of me who is right).

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    Re: is the form ' it's me who am right' wrong or right?

    There is not much agreement on this, as you'll see here:
    WHO
    Subject-verb agreement when "who" is involved
    It's you who's being crazy

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