to bother someone (transitive verb), according to the context, means: (1) to disturb s.o. (the most probable sense) (2) to irritate s.o. (3) to harrass s.o. (4) to worry s.o. (5) to psychogically hurt s.o.
I am bothering you, gerund because at the moment I am busy bothering you.
, am I? after a comma (,) and before a question mark (?) That's called a question tag. The question tag is often negative after a positive statement and negative after a positive statement. He is bothering you, isn't he? She doesn't bother you, does she?
I am bothering you, am I? (I think the tag here is not negative because it is a statement at the first person).
[Anyone who doesn't agree would better tell it.]
Anyone who doesn't agree had better tell it. (had instead of would, I think.)
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From pirea: I am not bothering you am I i don t understand the meaning of this phrase
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The person is hoping not to disturb the person she's interrupting or she's talking to