Wednesday, October 21, 2009

I, who am.... is this correct?

DO we say “I, who am considered very important here ...”? Can we say “I, who am ...”?

2. What’s the English word for “ketua kelas’’? – Ahmad

1. Yes, we can say “I, who am ...” Here are two examples of such usage from the Internet:

“ ... I, who am unsporty and dislike football, had an uncanny knowledge of football teams.”,,2116762,00.html

“... he’s trying to rush to the hospital, and he’s in a much bigger, more legitimate hurry than I am – it is actually I who am in his way.”


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