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Is “saw him yesterday” correct without the subject “I”?

While having a conversation about someone, can I say "saw him yesterday" instead of "I saw him yesterday"?
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Questions about omission of be-verbs, adjectives, and prepositions

My sentence is as follows: The values of the functions f and g are both 1 if ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ is equal to 100 and ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ is equal to 300, respectively. Can the above sentence be shortened as ...
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How natural is this practice of omitting the subject in speech?

A movie clip of the movie 'Justice League' starts with this monologue by Bruce Wayne: I believe there is a stranger (1) comes to this village from the sea (2) comes in the winter when the people ...
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Ommiting subject after “and”

I looked at this answer but it didn't solved my doubt: Do I need to use a comma if a subject follows "and" in a sentence? Source: https://fee.org/articles/would-you-press-the-button/ ...
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Omitting “Let's” at the start of a sentence?

While reading an article, I encountered a sentence as follows: Fast forward several years until increasing pain forced me off the court and X-rays revealed bone-on-bone arthritis in both knees. A ...
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Is “he” omitted in this sentence?

Knowledge of Geology.— Practical, but limited. Tells at a glance different soils from each other. After walks has shown me splashes upon his trousers, and told me by their colour and consistence in ...