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comment “Who wants ice-cream?” — Should I say “(not) I” or “(not) me”?
Thanks for adding this response. I appreciate it.
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comment “Who wants ice-cream?” — Should I say “(not) I” or “(not) me”?
If "Not I" can be construed as rephrasing "I do not [want ice-cream today]" can't "not me" equally be assumed as a rephrasing of "Thank you, but no ice cream for me today"?
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