In chats or emails with my colleague at office, I use following sentences:
1) I have got the email.
2) I have found the item.
3) I enjoyed the cake.
4) I like your laptop
Can I type and send following sentences? Are they correct?
1) Got the email
2) Found the item
3) Enjoyed the cake
4) Like your laptop
It's not grammatically correct, but it's fairly common. But 'I' is only one letter to type. I'll do it in a text on a phone, but not if I have a keyboard. Well, sometimes I don't type it on a keyboard.
The best I can say is that in a casual communication, not typing the 'I' will not lead to a life of sorrow.
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