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When do you say"I be" instead of "I am"?

I know the case that "will" or something like that are there before "be".

And also I know"I've been"and"I been".

But I don't know when I can say "I be".

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When do you say"I be" instead of "I am"?

I know the case that "will" or something like that are there before "be".

And also I know"I've been"and"I been".

But I don't know when I can say "I be".
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