I Meaning in the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary
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Meaning of “I” - Learner’s Dictionary

I

pronoun
 
 
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A1 used when the person speaking or writing is the subject of the verb: I had lunch with Glen yesterday. Chris and I have been married for twelve years.Personal pronouns
Translations of “I”
in Arabic أنا…
in Korean 나…
in Malaysian saya…
in French je, moi…
in Turkish (zamir) ben…
in Italian io…
in Chinese (Traditional) (主格)我…
in Russian я…
in Polish ja…
in Vietnamese tôi…
in Spanish yo…
in Portuguese eu…
in Thai ผม, ดิฉัน, ข้าพเจ้า…
in German ich…
in Catalan jo…
in Japanese 私は(が)、ぼくは(が)、一人称単数主格代名詞…
in Indonesian saya, aku…
in Chinese (Simplified) (主格)我…
(Definition of I from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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