It Is I Who Am or It Is I Who Is?

Getting relative pronouns like "who" to agree with verbs can seem tricky. But it's actually quite easy. The pronoun "who" takes the same number and person as its antecedent, in this case "I." So "It is I who am" is correct in this case. Here's a more thorough explanation.

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