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    Repeating the subject "I"

    Is it correct to write.... I like Fridays because I can relax and watch tv. Or do I have to write....I like Fridays because I can relax and I watch tv. Does the subject "I" have to be repeated? Or any subject at all? Thank you

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    Re: Repeating the subject "I"

    Welcome to the forum.

    Don't repeat 'I' before 'watch', but capitalise 'TV'.

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