[Grammar] Omission of subject in long phrases

Alexander7

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Hello All!

On some page, I want to write that I have good knowledge of computer networks, I am interested in programming, and I like to use cloud services. Will it be normal to omit the two last occurences of "I"? I mean the following sentence: "I have good knowledge of computer networks, am interested in programming, and like to use cloud services." Is this sentence correct? Is it comfortably readable for native speakers?

Thank you if you answer.
 

Lynxear

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Hello All!

On some page, I want to write that I have good knowledge of computer networks, I am interested in programming, and I like to use cloud services. Will it be normal to omit the two last occurences of "I"? I mean the following sentence: "I have good knowledge of computer networks, am interested in programming, and like to use cloud services." Is this sentence correct? Is it comfortably readable for native speakers?

Thank you if you answer.

Before I comment on your sentence, I must know what the writing is for. Are you creating a job resume? Are you creating a covering letter to respond to an advertisement of a job opportunity? If this is not the case, what is your purpose?
 

Alexander7

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Before I comment on your sentence, I must know what the writing is for. Are you creating a job resume? Are you creating a covering letter to respond to an advertisement of a job opportunity? If this is not the case, what is your purpose?

I thought that it would a part of a short post in LinkedIn that would inform people that I am looking for a job.
 

Tdol

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I would use a good knowledge. If you say that you are interested in programming, you do not tell us what your skills are. This does not sound like someone who is looking for a job, though the omission of subjects is fine.
 
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