Which is correct?

Only me is working today?
Only I is working today?

Which of these should I use? Or neither?


You should use "I", but the verb must agree.

Only I am working today.

But other expressions are possible and may be prefered:

I am the only person working today.

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    Or you could say the only person working today is me, if you want to keep me and is. – Jason Bassford Mar 7 at 22:11

I think it would be better to say. I'm the only one working today or I'm working by myself today if you're completely alone.

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