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natural-persons and artificial-persons
man & woman,
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English Grammar:

English Grammar provides a set of rules for the construction of the English Language so that human-beings can communicate with each other and understand that communication correctly. If the rules of grammar were not defined, then it would be impossible to know what is meant by any words or statements. Dictionaries provide definitions for words and the rules of grammar define the construction of sentences in order to convey meaning and ideas unambiguously.

It is important to maintain as many "nouns" in the language as possible because "nouns" refer to things or places and are therefore real, tangible and touchable items. On the other hand "verbs" describe actions, motion and are "doing" words. Since "verbs" do not refer to "things" they cannot describe real, tangible or touchable items.

There is an entire filed of study being conducted by ":David-Wynn: Miller" into the rules of English Grammar construction. He refers to this as "Truth Language" because it retains all nouns as nouns. A sample of Truth Language is as follows:
For the text of this web-site is with the absence of the legal-advice.
The construction of this sentence is "noun, noun, verb, noun, noun". The "nouns" are captured in "prepositional phrases" such as "For the text". Here is the decomposition:
Prepositional Phrase 1: "For the text"
Prepositional Phrase 2: "of this web-site"
Verb: "is"
Prepositional Phrase 3: "with the absence"
Prepositional Phrase 4: "of the legal-advice"
With the "Truth Language", the same sentence can be written in a different order, and the meaning is unambiguous. For example:
For the absence of the legal-advice is with the text of this web-site.

Although his work is completely valid, for the time being we will remain with the English Grammar that we were taught in school, but still attempt to keep as many "nouns" as possible in our use of the language, where such is important. This is done to keep the language readable by everybody because it takes a while to learn how to read and understand the "Truth Language".

At this time, in an attempt to maintain "nouns" in the language, we prefer to hyphenate some critical nouns to form "compound-nouns". For example we hyphenate natural-person and artificial-person to make sure they remain nouns. Otherwise, if these words are not hyphenated, the first word is an adjective that modifies the noun. For example, natural person without a hyphen makes "natural" an adjective that modifies the noun "person". Once the noun has been modified, it no longer remains a "noun" because it has been changed, and therefore has moved and therefore becomes a "verb", a moving word. By keeping nouns as nouns, they represent the "truth". By converting nouns to verbs, they do not represent the truth, and therefore the language becomes "fictitious".

Canadian Spelling:

Here is a web-site which provides information about correct Canadian Spelling. Keep it for future reference.

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