Use of ‘am’ in English

Use of ‘am’ in English‘I am’ is the abbreviation of the word ‘I’m’. We use ‘I am’ when we say something about ourselves. Or we use ‘I am’ to say that we are doing something right now.

Interrogative sentences

Use of ‘am’ in English

  1. Am I wrong?
  2. Am I making sense?
  3. Am I boring you?
  4. Am I under arrest?
  5. What am I to do now?
  6. Who do you think I am?
  7. Am I making myself clear?
  8. How old do you think I am?

Negative Sentences

Use of ‘am’ in English

  1. I am not a teacher.
  2. I am not getting involved.
  3. I am not a morning person.
  4. I am not certain about that.
  5. I am not concerned with this.

Present Continuous Tense


  1. I am going to study.
  2. I am leaving next week.
  3. I am playing volleyball now.
  4. Be quiet while I am speaking.
  5. I am taking a bath now.
  6. I am just going for a walk.
  7. I am talking with him.
  8. I am dying for a cold drink.
  9. I am going to buy a new car.
  10. I am willing to help you.

Daily use sentences:

I am 20 years old.
I am eating an egg.
I am a stranger here.
I am afraid to go.
I am the same age.
I am taller.
I am a doctor.
I am engaged to him.
I am terribly hungry.
I am in London.
I am no longer tired.
I am sure.
I am a girl.
I am a man.
I am not ready.
I am tall.
I am sad.
I am doubtful of his success.
I am the fastest runner.
I am familiar with your name.
My brother is taller than I am.
John is stronger than I am.
I am able to drive a car.
I am about to leave here.
I am happy to hear your voice.
I am glad to be with you.
I am never at office on Sundays.
I am interested in music.
I am the tallest in our class.
I am no longer a child.
I am here on business.
I am familiar with his music.
I am tired of my work.
I am afraid of tigers.
I am able to read English.
I am near the bank.
I am never free on Monday.
I am too tired to run.
I am interested in swimming.
I am very dangerous.
I am ready to follow you.

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