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Message de fanny16 posté le 06-03-2015 à 19:45:10 (S | E | F)
J'aimerais savoir si ma phrase est correcte s'il vous plait?
look at me, look at who I really am
Je veux dire :
Regarde-moi, regarde qui je suis vraiment.
Merci , bonne soirée
Modifié par lucile83 le 06-03-2015 21:27
Réponse: Phrase/correcte de hinot49, postée le 07-03-2015 à 19:38:37 (S | E)
Bonsoir Fanny ,
A mon avis "look" est suivi de la préposition at précédant un complément d' objet : "look at the dogs", "don't look at him like that".
Bonne soirée .
Réponse: Phrase/correcte de lucile83, postée le 07-03-2015 à 21:56:40 (S | E)
used to give an example that proves what you are saying or makes it clearer Look how lazy we've become. Be careful climbing that ladder. Look what happened last time.
Votre phrase serait correcte si elle était ainsi:
Look at me, look who I am really.
Réponse: Phrase/correcte de traviskidd, postée le 08-03-2015 à 06:09:09 (S | E)
Hello fanny. Personally, I think your original sentences are quite good. Indeed, with "look" sometimes "at" is omitted before question words (which aren't used as question words here ) but that is only when one wants to show something transitorily. It can in some sense be thought of as an interjection.
"Look who's at the door!"
"Look what happened last time; you still have a bruise from falling."
"Look where he's standing. That's where I want you to stand."
"Look who I am! I'm Superman!" (wearing a mask or costume perhaps)
In your case, you want the person to look thoughtfully and deeply at who you are, so "at" is appropriate. Also, like you I prefer "really am" as opposed to "am really", since the word "am" is the most important and "really" only serves to emphasize it. However, if you really () want to emphasize "really", then you could indeed put it at the end.
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