What is the difference between me and I am?
I am is the first person singular, present simple form of be. I is the personal pronoun for me, and am the present simple form of be. I am means that I exist, I am a part of this world, or I am alive.
Me is a common pronoun, and is used when the speaker refers to themselves. Me, as a pronoun, is used instead of nouns or names.
- I am a doctor.
- Help me carry this table.