Awesome new linguistic term: apokoinou (from Greek: “in common”). It refers to the situation where a speaker changes her mind mid-sentence, and makes the last part of a sentence the first part of another. Like this:
“there were three crows sat on a tree”
“I can’t find my wallet is here”
Sounds weird? We do it all the time. Try saying the sentences above with some pauses in between segments, like:
“I can’t… find my… wallet is here!!