Hi everybody, I'm new in this forum and I really hope we will help each other! I'm working on my thesis and I'm analyzing the uses of the pronoun "it". I wonder if you could solve a doubt I have, according to a couple of sentences, that is: "I hate it when you call me etc" and "I like it down here" or "I love it when you tell me etc"...my doubt is: is it possible to erase the pronoun "it" and just say "I hate when you call me", "I like down here" or "I love when you tell me" etc?? It doesn't sound weird to me, neither does it sound correct...could you please "light my way"? Thank you in advance!