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5:31pm on Sunday, 18th May, 2008:
Things you can say but can't write:
The farmer was sowing his fields.
His wife was sewing her dress.
They were both <insert word here>.
You can do it the other way, too:
The farmer was rowing with his wife.
Their daughter was rowing a boat.
All three were rowing.
Hmm, I wonder if this sort of thing works as a test for whether people subvocalise or not?
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