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    Question Omission

    Hi everyone, a very simple question that now I don't remember :D

    Can I ommit (I have) in the next sentence??

    I have satisfactorily finished my career and (I have) gotten my degree in ...

    Thank you :)


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    Re: Omission

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hi everyone, a very simple question that now I don't remember :D

    Can I ommit (I have) in the next sentence??

    I have satisfactorily finished my career and (I have) gotten my degree in ...

    Thank you :)
    You can

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