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A minor sentence is one without a verb,
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There's a sentence without a verb.
A sentence without a verb would be grammatically correct only if a verb is implied.
Eg, the single word answer to the question, "Have you eaten?", could be "Yes".
Yes is a sentence but the verb 'Have' is implied. (Yes, I have).
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Where's the verb?
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Leggy, that should be a comment to Wumpus' answer, right? If not, then "cares" and "give" are your verbs.
My God! I'm lecturing about answers that should be comments, and my comment came out as an answer! Sorry!
Okay, here's my real answer: "Hello."