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    Smile THE OMISSION OF THE SUBJECT.

    hi,


    I am looking for characteristics regarding the omission of the subject. I have googled them without success.


    thank you in advance,
    Madox

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    #2

    Re: THE OMISSION OF THE SUBJECT.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mad-ox View Post
    hi,


    I am looking for characteristics regarding the omission of the subject. I have googled them without success.


    thank you in advance,
    Madox
    Done all the time in Italian, since the verb is inflected.
    Not keen on it myself. Is often ambiguous, but useful in short responses.

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    Re: THE OMISSION OF THE SUBJECT.

    Try googling it in Spanish as well. That's where the most people omit it.

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    #4

    Re: THE OMISSION OF THE SUBJECT.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mad-ox View Post
    hi,


    I am looking for characteristics regarding the omission of the subject. I have googled them without success.


    thank you in advance,
    Madox
    Have a look at this website. Maybe, it has the information you´re looking for.

    Null subject language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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