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    My friend says I'm very serious. I say: What about James! He's way more serious th

    My friend says I'm very serious. I say:

    What about James! He's way more serious than I am/me.

    Are both okay?

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    Re: My friend says I'm very serious. I say: What about James! He's way more seriou

    "I am" is grammatically correct. "Me" is common in colloquial English.

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    Re: My friend says I'm very serious. I say: What about James! He's way more seriou

    You need a question mark after "What about James", not an exclamation mark.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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