אָנֹכִי 'anoki "I" Normally in Hebrew pronouns are expressed as part of the verb. One exception is where a participle or infinitive is being used to speak of present action 2:13; 5:1; 7:14 (3 times). Otherwise, expressing the pronoun as a separate word often stresses the person. So using 'anoki or 'ani for the subject of a sentence stresses the person speaking "But I ..." 2:9, 10, 4:7; 6:8; 9:9.
אֲנִי 'ani another form of "I" is found at 4:6 stressing the person in the same way.