What's correct:  I am the person who will work with you" or I am the person who will be working with you"?

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who will work with you

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Who will be working with you

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ahenus 11500
Depends on your time phrase.

I would vote for "who will work with you" because it's more general. If you choose "who will be working with you", you'd need to add a specific time period in the future to make it justified, e.g. "...who will be working with you over the next month".

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Both are correct, the first option is more general and the second one could indicate a temporary action, something that could happen in the future but it needs a specific time clause, when it is not expressed is because it is implied or was informed in a prior conversation.

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who will be working with you makes more sense

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