French, the language of existentialists.
Lol, I was just thinking that: Useful thing to know how to say, because everyone asks that at some point, but.... I don't know anyone who actually says it aloud.... :-/
Well clinically, in trying to establish a person's orientation in person. Qui suis je is commonly used.
I'm Jean Valjean!
Nice. How do you attach a picture using a smart phone?
no way i can hear this from her reading :(
Practice makes perfect :)
Not the first time maybe. Sometimes you just have to get it wrong to find out.
Yeah, it sounds like she says (phonetically) "kee sweej". This sentence would be a lot easier to determine if there was even a short break or something between the "suis" and the "je".
Does it really have to sound "swige" when I chose the "slow" option? Couldn't it be "Suis. Je." as with all other sentences? This made me think "suige" is some word I haven't learnt yet. :S
I read you were supposed to avoid saying "suis-je" because it's an awkward sound...
Totally awkward wording. Is this the common pronunciation of "Who I am"
You could use "Qui est-ce que je suis?" instead.
Why not "Who I am?"
Is the " - " between SUIS and JE needed when asking something through "inversion"?
I believe the hyphen applies to all the inversions, yes :)
je suis... je suis parce que je pense
Impossible to understand this.
Is "Qui je suis?" also an acceptable answer?
How would "who do I follow" be translated? Que suis-je? Or would it also be Qui suis-je?
Is there any reason this cannot mean "Who(m) am I following?"
It is the first thing that popped into my head and is perhaps a more practical question than "Who am I?"
there was nothing to hear on this question.
Je suis ce que je suis qui est moi
What is who am I following?