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It will include but not limited to the following.

If the sentence is split into two separate sentences, you'll see that the second clause is missing a verb. Is it common?

It will include ...

It [is] not limited to ...

Thanks!
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Hi,

It will include but not limited to the following.

If the sentence is split into two separate sentences, you'll see that the second clause is missing a verb. Is it common? You mean with this particular phrase? I wouldn't say so, because uneducated people are fairly unlikely to try to say this.

Or do you mean with 2 part sentences in general? Perhaps in some cases.

It will include ...

It [is] not limited to ...

Best wishes, Clive
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It needs the other verb.

It will include, but is not limited to, = It will include and it is not limited to

It will include, but not be limited to, = It will include and it will not be limited to
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Let me clarify my question.

I was taught that each clause must have a verb so when two clauses are combined into a "complex" sentence, there will be two verbs. However, the following expression doesn't

It will include but not limited to the following.

So I find this a bit weird grammatically though I've seen it many times.
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