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    • Join Date: Dec 2008
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    #1

    Who I am or Who am I?

    Which one is correct (when asking a question)? 'Who I am?' seems more correct, but anyway...
    The same question about 'Who is (s)he?' or 'Who they are' / 'Who are they?'

    P.S. When using any pronoun except for 'I' in this situation I'd put the verb 'to be' before pronoun, but is it the same with 'I'?


    • Join Date: Apr 2008
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    #2

    Re: Who I am or Who am I?

    Quote Originally Posted by undeddy View Post
    Which one is correct (when asking a question)? 'Who I am?' seems more correct, but anyway...
    The same question about 'Who is (s)he?' or 'Who they are' / 'Who are they?'

    P.S. When using any pronoun except for 'I' in this situation I'd put the verb 'to be' before pronoun, but is it the same with 'I'?
    1. Who am I?
    2. He doesn't know who I am.

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