what is me

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what is me

asked Oct 24 '11 at 15:04 maike New member

Can you please clarify your question? KimberlyOct 24 '11 at 16:48

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"Me" is used to refer to oneself as an object - it's for the first person (I/me).

 

I (the person typing this reply) can use 'me' to refer to myself. 

Eg

"I hope this is clear and you can understand me."

 

You (the person reading this reply) can use 'me' when you are refering to yourself.

Eg

"Please explain this to me."

 

An easy way to check if you should use I or me is to see if you're using a verb. If there's a verb attached to the person use "I". If there is no verb, use "me".

Eg

"I hope [the person "I" is doing the hoping] this is clear and you can understand me [object]."

 

Does that help?

link comment answered Oct 25 '11 at 07:21 Siân Harris Expert
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like to say somebody me

link comment answered Oct 24 '11 at 15:05 maike New member
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Maike,

 

Did you mean to say:

 

Somebody like me?

 

Or, 

 

Who am I?

link comment answered Oct 24 '11 at 18:33 Shaila Fernandes Expert
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Do you mean:

 

That's me. (That is me)

 

or

 

That's what I am. (That is what I am.)

 

or

 

That's how I am.

link comment answered Oct 25 '11 at 14:02 macss New member
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When describing the kind of person you are, you would say:

 

That's who I am.

link comment answered Oct 25 '11 at 19:34 Shaila Fernandes Expert
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Or, if someone asks: "Are  you Macss?"

 

You would answer: "That's me!"

link comment answered Oct 25 '11 at 19:35 Shaila Fernandes Expert

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