From a tutorial

it's just time to move on

It sounds like "it's" is completely omitted. Is it common in spoken American?

  • It's not omitted. I can hear clearly. She is emphasizing 'just time' more. – kevin012 Jun 16 at 8:42
  • @kevin012 Thank you. You're referring the original actor rather than the tutor, right? – PutBere Jun 16 at 9:22

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