Who am I/Who I am!

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  • lapdwicks

    Senior Member
    A conversation between 2
    A:Who are you?
    B: Who am I!/ Who I am!, I'm Monica.

    Which is correct?
    "Who am I?" is a complete question and would suit there.

    "Who am I" is neither a question nor a complete sentence but a noun clause that especially suits the position of the object although it can also be used as the subject.

    Do you know "who I am"?
    ("Who I am" is the object of the verb "know" here.)

    "Who I am" is not a problem. You had better try to know "what I can do".
    ("Who I am" is the subject of the 1st sentence here.)
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