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    Is a subject necessary in the second clause?

    Can I leave out 'I' in the sentence "It's so long since (I) heard from you."?

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    Re: Is a subject necessary in the second clause?

    Quote Originally Posted by asad hussain View Post
    Can I leave out 'I' in the sentence "It's so long since (I) heard from you."?
    No, that wouldn't be correct.

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