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pro. (lit.) I, my, we, our
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Is 吾 an informal way of saying "I" or "me"? (wú)
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No, 吾 (wú) is not an informal way of saying "I" or "me". 吾 is an archaic form of the pronoun "I" or "me" that is no longer used in modern Chinese. It is used in some literary works, such as classical Chinese poetry, but is not used in everyday speech. The modern Chinese equivalent of "I" or "me" is 我 (wǒ).
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