[[t]əm, STRONG æm[/t]]
Am is the first person singular of the present tense of be. Am is often shortened to 'm in spoken English. The negative forms are `I am not' and `I'm not'. In questions and tags in spoken English, these are usually changed to `aren't I'.

English dictionary. 2008.

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