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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishII1 /aΙͺ/ ●●● S1 W1 pronoun [used as the subject of a verb] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š PERSON/PEOPLEused by the person speaking or writing to refer to himself or herself πŸ”Š I moved to this city six years ago. πŸ”Š I’m not late again, am I? πŸ”Š My husband and I enjoy going to the theatre.GRAMMAR: Patterns with Iβ€’ You say: Sarah and I went for coffee. βœ—Don’t say: I and Sarahβ€’ In everyday English, you say that someone is older, younger, taller etc than me: They were older than me.β€’ You can also say: They were older than I was.It sounds very formal to say than I.
Examples from the Corpus
Iβ€’ I saw Mike yesterday.
Related topics: Letters & punctuation
II2, i /aΙͺ/ noun (plural I’s, i’s) πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 [countable, uncountable]SLA the ninth letter of the English alphabet2 SLA[countable] the number one in the system of roman numerals3 β†’ I-25, I-40 etc
i-i- /aΙͺ/ prefix [in nouns]used in the names of some products or services that involve using the Internet πŸ”Š iTunes (=trademark for a service allowing you to buy music over the Internet)
Related topics: Nationality & race, Geography
-i-i /-i/ suffix (plural -is) πŸ”Š 1 [in nouns]SANSG a person from a particular country or place, or their language πŸ”Š two Pakistanis πŸ”Š speakers of Hindi2 [in adjectives]SG of a particular place or country πŸ”Š Bengali food πŸ”Š the Israeli army
Examples from the Corpus
-iβ€’ speakers of Nepaliβ€’ the Israeli Army
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