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Emphasis Grammar Clauses


It is only me that is or "It is only I that am"?

> It is only me that is confused. or > It is only I that am confused. The first one sounds more natural to me while the second one appears to me as grammatically correct. Which one is correct?


How to add emphasis to a modal verb?

To add emphasis to a normal verb, we use the emphatic "do":> * He does run fast.> * Do come in.> * Do brush your teeth.Obviously, with modal verbs this would be a grave mistake:> * (*)... more

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