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I have heard the following sentence in the TV series Marseille:

Voter contre le casino, c'est me trahir, moi.

Is the redundant pronoun "moi" used for emphasis? Is it usually used like that (at the end of the sentence) in French?

I have heard the following sentence in the TV series Marseille:

Voter contre le casino, c'est me trahir, moi.

Is the redundant pronoun "moi" used for emphasis? Is it usually used like that in French?

I have heard the following sentence in the TV series Marseille:

Voter contre le casino, c'est me trahir, moi.

Is the redundant pronoun "moi" used for emphasis? Is it usually used like that (at the end of the sentence) in French?

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Redundance of pronouns me/moi

I have heard the following sentence in the TV series Marseille:

Voter contre le casino, c'est me trahir, moi.

Is the redundant pronoun "moi" used for emphasis? Is it usually used like that in French?