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Unspecified Verb

Unspecified Verb in NLP is part of the conscious use of language. Unspecified verbs are verbs (the doing part) in a sentence that don’t fully describe the action taking place. They don’t give enough information to let you know what is going on for them. People usually fill in the gap with their own experience.

This is an unusual and purposefully confusing language pattern, more often used for indirect hypnosis, that can cause a trance. It features an adjective or adverb where the verb they are supposed to modify is not specified. Example: “And you can”

 

 

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