- Aren't I?Vote A
- Am I not?Vote B
- BothVote C
- I'm not sureVote D
I don't really think it matters. Both have similar meanings.
I'm pretty sure its Am I not? But quite often we use Aren't I? I remember my first ever English lesson, considering English is my second language, was : I Am, You are, He - She- It Is, We Are, You Are, They Are.. So then you just reverse that if asking a question. But they could both be right, who knows.
I have never heard of Am I not but it might be correct as well , but i guess Aren't I is more common maybe !
I'm not sure but I remember I was taught to use 'I am, aren't I?' so I'll go with that.
I am no grammar major or anything close but I chose C
'Aren't I' is grammatically incorrect, as it is a shorter form of 'Are I not'. However, it is often used in informal speech.
I think both are correct just one is more formal than the other.
Nobody around here would say "Aren't I". It just doesn't sound right.
I don't think "Am I not" is wrong but what people would say is "Amn't I" from "Am not I".
"am I not" is more formal but both will do
'Aren't I?' could cause confusion as it means Are not I which sounds wrong, but it is correct. Am I not is also correct.
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