I heard it in the movie Django Unchained. Is it a grammatically correct sentence? Can I use it in conversation?
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African-American Vernacular English. Example:
Simply put, no. The conjugation of the verb "to be" in the Present tense is
You do hear I is in certain dialects, you will quite often hear it in Rap and Reggae music for example, but I would not recommend using it in conversation in most situations.
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