[NB: This is a re-post of a closed question that was rightly judged "off topic". It does present an interesting problem, though, so I've rewritten it and asked an on-topic usage question.] Is it ...
Pronoun “you” can be omitted as subject in imperative form, what other pronouns can be omitted, when and why?
The pronoun you can be omited as a general rule, but sometimes I’ve seen sentences that should have used I or it as the subject but it was omitted.
I wrote when we place our self meaning each one of us, his or her self -- and was told to use "ourselves" instead. Who is right?