What is 'qui' when translated from French to English?
Qui? in French is "Who?" in English.
"Who" is an English equivalent of the French word qui. The pronoun in question also translates as "that," "which," "whom" or "whose" according to context and after prepositions. The pronunciation will be "kee" in French.
"And who am I?" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase Et qui suis-je? The question models a rare instance whereby English and French sentence structure immediately and recognizably model one another. The pronunciation will be "ey kee sweezh" in northerly French and "ey kee swee-zhuh" in southerly French.