It's only me.


1) It is  still raining.


2) It's only me.


I have learned that"it" is a dummy pronoun or impersonal pronoun when it is used for the sentnece of the #1 but I have heard that even when it is used for the #2 like it is me and it is you, etc, it is called a dummy pronoun, so do you agree with this or only when it is used like it is raining, it is Wednesday ,etc, it can be called a dummy or impersonal pronoun or can we consider it as a dummy pronoun in the both sentences?


And the two terms dummy pronoun and impersonal pronoun refer to the same meaning, right?


What do you experts think? Thank you so much as usual in advance.

edited Jun 30 '14 at 11:41 Hans Contributor

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