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Is “am” ever proper English without an “I” somewhere before or after it? [duplicate]

For a long time, I have been convinced that the use of the word am without the word I either before or after it is incorrect. For instance, saying Am going all by itself. However, I recently ran a ...
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Is it grammatical to omit the subject from “I did my work”? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is it acceptable to begin a declarative sentence with “Am”? Is it correct to start a sentence with did. Did my work. instead of I did my work. while ...
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Is it acceptable to omit “I” when it's the subject? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is it acceptable to begin a declarative sentence with “Am”? Is it correct English to omit I from the beginning of a sentence when it's clearly implied? For example... How ...
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“I am” vs “am” - When should they be used in a sentence? [duplicate]

So often, I find people using am instead of I am, for example, am going to work am okay am sleeping Is this grammatically correct and when should am be used in a sentence if it is not ...
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Is “Am” instead of “I am” proper slang? [duplicate]

I tried to coax google into finding results for "am not preceded by I", but failed. Now my question is: Is saying "Am" instead of "I am" valid slang? Examples: Am a God. Obey. Am driving. Can't ...
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Omitting the subject in writing [duplicate]

I wonder whether it is formal to omit the subject in writing. Must all sentences always have a subject when I'm writing an English test? Ìs it colloquial and reserved to speech?
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Is it ok to eliminate the “I” in informal English (e.g. “Am sorry” vs “I am sorry”)? [duplicate]

I have seen writing where "I" is being dropped in sentences. For instance, "Am on my way" vs. "I am on my way". Is this acceptable usage?
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Usage of the word “Am” [duplicate]

Please fellows, how and what is the best usage, application and difference between the word "Am" and "I am"
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Is it important to use the word "I' in this sentences [duplicate]

I've read how the use of the word I isn't always necessary when writing a resume as the employer already knows that the resume belongs to the job applicant. However some of these sentences sound ...
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What’s the subject? [closed]

What’s the subject for the verb suppose? Now, yer mum an’ dad were as good a witch an’ wizard as I ever knew. Head boy an’ girl at Hogwarts in their day! Suppose the myst’ry is why You-Know-Who ...
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Are there any other cases where it is okay to infer the subject?

Attempting to research when the subject being inferred is okay. Only example I've been able to find is imperative sentences. Are there any other cases that it is okay to infer the subject?