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    Question Question I have

    Is it correct to say: Don't know when i'll be back but I'm looking forward to it ?

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    Re: Question I have

    Quote Originally Posted by Marian Torres View Post
    Is it correct to say: I don't know when I'll be back but I'm looking forward to it ?
    Yes. You can leave the subject 'I' out only in very informal speech.

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