Being used to writing in Italian, where using a personal pronoun as the subject of a clause is not mandatory, I wrote the following sentence:
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Is it acceptable to avoid writing the personal pronoun in this case?
Are there cases where it is possible, and cases where it is not possible?
For example, I would not find anything strange with a sentence similar to the following one.
I went to the bank to get money from the ATM, bought fruit to Stop'n'Shop, picked up my sister, and went to the cinema.