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Hi,

The sentence below is from a book, and I would like to know if the underlined part is grammatically correct. Because the subject is "I" not "it". I don't think it's acceptable to omit the subject here.

After having spent a year and a half cooped up in a little office, it felt good to get out and move around.

Thank you,

M
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Purists will quibble about it, but it reads like a normal sentence of English.

CJ
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It's OK for everyday conversation.

if you were writing a story/novel, you would not use "it." As the previous poster stated, you'd say "I felt good" --

After spending a year and a half cooped up in a little office, I felt good getting out and moving around.
OK, thank you!