They have the same meaning precisely; the latter is less formal mostly.Examples;
1. `I am applying for this post as my qualifications are as your advertisement has specified, and they are ......`
2. `I`m having a barbecue at my place this weekend and I`d be pleased if you`ll join me and met my other friends.`
There I no difference in the meaning. But a difference in the appearance. It's just a contraction.
The apostrophe (') indicates that a letter or letters have been left out of a word. I'm means exactly the same as I am. The apostrophe indicates in this case that the the letter "a" has been left out of the word "am."
There is no actual difference other then the length and letters. I'm stands for I'am, take away the a and BOOM you've got I'm.
No difference im is a contraction
One gives you an extra word when you need to write a thousand word essay
Well, I will answer since it looks like there aren't enough people who have done so already:
I'm = I am exactly the same!
There is no difference...... I'm is just a shortened version of I am.
There is no difference; they're the same. 'I'm' is just the shortened version of 'I am'.
I'm is a contraction of I am and I am is a phase
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