This might be kind of vague, but I was thinking about this the other day. When someone asks "Who are you?", what are they really wanting to know? Is your name really enough to explain who you are? Maybe the answer represents what you think of yourself… or maybe I'm just taking this way too philosophically.
- Learn English – Is this grammatical? “You are who I love.”
- Learn English – “What do you do on Sundays?” vs “What are you doing on Sunday?”
- Learn English – How to interpret “Jim Scarborough’d never carried one; that’s the younger Jim.” in No Country for Old Men
- Learn English – n idiom or saying for someone asking the same question many times in hopes of a more favourable answer