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I can make a sentence like 'I is...' and not 'I am...'

paul

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Yes, it is very true. Many may believe it is not possible to make a sentence as such 'I is...' as we have been always been taught like 'I am...' like 'I am a boy' or 'I am not going to school today.'

Here is the uncommon sentence:

The letter I is written on the blackboard.
I is the 9th letter of English alphabet.
 

Zirkon Kalti

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I can be followed by is when you are referring to the letter I.
However, when you are referred to yourself, I must be followed with am, was, did, didn't, and do.
 

Bode

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I am not available is a rather pretentious remark.
 
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Saint

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asking questions with the word NOT in it can lead to confusion even in regard to the person asking the questio
 
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Bowie

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Maybe available has lost some of its value because it's a term used in chatting and Facebook
 
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Kylo

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Personally I would use the sentence "I am not available" in reply to not being invited
 
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