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Language: Old English
Origin: ic

I

1 pronoun
     
I1 S1 W1 [used as the subject of a verb]
used by the person speaking or writing to refer to himself or herself:
I moved to this city six years ago.
I'm not late again, am I?
My husband and I enjoy going to the theatre.
! Do not say 'taller than I', 'younger than I', 'better than I' etc. Say taller than me, younger than me, better than me or taller than I am, younger than I am, better than I am etc.

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