"I am" or "I am."

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Mar 17, 2019 22:54
"I am" or "I am."
"I am " means "私は/僕は" or "私が/僕が."

Can you use these words depending on the situation?

I'll give you an example.
If there were three person Aさん, Bさん and Cさん in the place like a clinic.
Aさん was you.

A nurse asks you "あなたはBさんですか?", you can say "私はAです。"
We would never say "私がAです。 " in this case.

A nurse asks Bさん and Cさん "あなたはAさんですか?/あなたがAさんですか?" and you can hear them. You can say "私がAです。"
We would never say "私はAです。" in this case.

I want to explain Japanese grammar to you, but I can't.
Actually, it's also difficult for me.
Sorry about that.

I have to leave here.
It's almost 11 pm. On the stroke eleven, the spell will be broken and everything will be as it was before.
Don't get me wrong.
I'm not Cinderella.