Ik ben degene die klopt
So, why can't I say "Hij is degene wie praat"? Isn't "die" the equivalent of "that"? And we say "who" in English, not "that"...
I don't know exactly what the rules are, but you never use 'wie' like that. It's only used in questions and when it's used like 'whoever' (wie wil, mag meedoen - whoever wants, can participate).
I think "wie" would be without the "degene" substituting "degene die". But since it is referring to a specific person "wie" cannot be used. That's what I picked up from this:
Duo thinks diegene is a typo. I thought diegene and degene are interchangeable, toch?
I wrote "Hij is diegene die praat" and it was accepted...
Why is "...die praat" and " ... dat praat" both correct?
Only die praat is correct.