In Oscar a 1991 American slapstick crime comedy film directed by John Landis, I heard: "Your father just told me".
Here answer was: native speaker often omit, here it is "has" Your father has just told me as we see on this URL: What is correct "Your father just told me" or "Your father has just told me."
My question is: If native speakers often omit, why "Your father just told me" would not be "Your father told me" without "just" too?
Take care, all actors, mather, father, and daughter are together in a scene and daughter knows that "father has just told to her mother" because her mother has just arrived home.
My question is about omitted words in conversation why stop only on "has", why do not omit "just" also and "Your". If a conversation like short sentences, ok, let's go the shortest possible. "Father told me."