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7 Uses of Iam in English

 Uses of "I am" in English


"I'm" is one of the most used words in English. "I'm" is an abbreviation for the word "I am".

Use of am: Am is a form of "to be". We can use am with only "I" in simple sentences.

You should know that there are many uses for "I'm".

Using "I'm" to Build Sentences


It is used in combination with other words to tell someone about yourself or to describe something you are doing. Here are some examples:

  • I'm so tired.
  • I'm confused.
  • I'm happy.
  • I'm twenty-three years old.
  • I'm from the United States.

Using "I'm" with adjective and adverb


You can also use I'm with descriptive words. Here are some examples:

  • I'm extremely tired.
  • I'm very happy.
  • I'm terribly hungry.
  • I'm super excited.
  • I'm very nervous.

Using "I'm" with "in"


Most commonly, you would use the word "in" when entering a physical location such as a room or a building. Here are some examples:

  • I'm in the room.
  • I'm in the shopping center.
  • I'm in a car.
  • I'm in a house.
  • I'm in a school.

Using "I'm" with "at"


Using the word "at" helps tell someone where you currently are. The difference between "at" and "in" is that the physical location is general. Here are some examples:

  • I'm at the grocery.(or: in)
  • I'm at the mall. (or: in)
  • I'm at the doctor's office. (or: in)
  • I'm at the park. (or: in)
  • I'm at the airport. (or: in)

Using "I'm" with "on"


Using the word "on" is referring to a non physical location such as your time being utilized by something else. Here are some examples:

  • I'm on the phone.
  • I'm on my computer.
  • I'm on a bus.

Using "I'm" with jobs 


To tell about profession. Here are some examples:

  • I am a doctor.
  • I am a professor.
  • I am a potter.
  • I am an engineer.
  • I am a driver.

Using "I'm" with verbs


In these sentences we use "am" as helping verb with main verb. We should use present participle of verb that is "ing" form of verb. Here are some examples:

  • I am going.
  • I am coming.
  • I am studying.
  • I am eating fruit.
  • I am standing.

See: The Importance of English Language
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