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"see you" phrase Is it correct grammatical?
eg;"See you soon" Can i also say this like "We see you soon"
Can i also say? "Talk you later" Are these meaning mutual? i mean "we talk you later=talk you later"
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Peace be upon you,

Grammatically, 'see you (later or soon)' is not correct; however, it is considered as an informal interjection that means 'goodbye'. It is said when leaving a person or some people. It does not necessarily mean that the speaker will see the hearer again.
As for 'talk you later', it can be used in replacement of 'see you'.
"See you later" is also contracted colloquially to "laters" (with an even shorter version for SMS). I'm not aware of "talk you later" being common. Maybe "talk to you later".

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Matthew.90Can i also say
Don't write i. Write I.
Matthew.90Can i also say
Don't write i. Write I.
Matthew.90i mean
Don't write i. Write I.

In casual speech some expressions can be said without the I'll.

See you ( [ soon / later ] ). = I'll see you ( [ soon / later ] ).
Talk to you [soon / later]. = I'll talk to you [soon / later].

(In texting: ttyl = talk to you later)

Sometimes I've is dropped.

Got it. = I've got it. (I understand. / I have it.)
________

Strictly speaking, none of these are grammatical.

CJ
I am sorry....It is a mistake. Yeah, you are right. It is 'talk to you later'. Indeed, I have no idea about the contraction you mentioned.
You are right. 'see you soon' and 'talk to you later' are not grammatically correct. If you want them to be correct, you should add a subject and 'will' before them.
With regard to your question about 'Don't write I' or 'write I', personally I have never heard such a sentence. It does not make a sense.

Best regards.
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Matthew.90Can i also say
Don't write i. Write I.
Matthew.90Can i also say
Don't write i. Write I.
Matthew.90i mean
Don't write i. Write I.In casual speech some expressions can be said without the I'll.See you ( [ soon / later ] ). = I'll see you ( [ soon / later ] ).Talk to you [soon / later]. = I'll talk to you [soon / later].(In texting: ttyl = talk to you later)Sometimes I've is dropped.Got it. = I've got it. (I understand. / I have it.)__________Strictly speaking, none of these are grammatical.CJ
Don't write "i" (why'd you write "i" you can only write "don't write")
Write "I" (I ask you same question)
I've is dropped I didn't understand it,too I need you to explain