He thought it would be a natural fit for moi to play a fashion editor.
Well, in any case, Tina and moi are now close personal friends and we adore each other.
moi, I can not to him go; and Marie, she write me she must leave Paris this day to her duties.
moi is in the nominative case when used in reply to "Who is there?"
Suddenly, as they arrived at the top, the officer called out "A moi les Zouaves!"
“moi—I do,” answered the colonel, with not the best pronunciation in the world.
moi mme, bourgeois et citoyen de la ville, je suis presqu'entirement libre.
I write to sell, moi —though you needn't put that in the interview.
moi and Uhu ran away to the sea and returned to their homes.
To which Langler replied: "I only hope so: moi je suis crtien."
used humorously to deflect guilt