Re: Can't believe
This sounds like a transcript of something that perhaps a sports commentator said, or maybe something someone put on Twitter during the cricket. It's very simple. The missing word is "I" and it is implied. If I said to my friend "My bike has just been stolen for the third time this month! Can't believe it!"
Originally Posted by Jadoon 84
In spoken English, we do this kind of thing all the time. "I had a dreadful meal at that pizza place last night. Never going there again!" Obviously, the full sentence would be "I am never going there again!" but it's omitted because it's quite clear that I'm talking about myself. I would not say "I had a dread meal at that pizza place last night. My mother is never going there again!"
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