Nominal rather than non-verbal

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Nominal rather than non-verbal

Using the term non-verbal here is very confusing, as it seems like you are saying it should only be written and not spoken. Perhaps you could change it to read nominal sentences? A nominal sentence is one without an expressed verb. It would avoid the confusion.

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Nominal rather than non-verbal

Using the term non-verbal here is very confusing, as it seems like you are saying it should only be written and not spoken. Perhaps you could change it to read nominal sentences? A nominal sentence is one without an expressed verb. It would avoid the confusion.

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