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Is the verb "be" the only verb in the English language with a unique present tense first person singular conjugation: "am"? In other words, for example, the verb "see" is only different from the singular third person's point of view: S/he sees... as opposed to I see, you see, we see, you (plural) see, they see. Most other English verbs follow that pattern. 

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