Agreement Law In A Sentence

Shortly after the passage quoted above, Driedger quoted Sir John Fiennes, a former uk first adviser: The reading process is generally thought of as a process where the reader first scans a sentence, organizes it into its semantic and syntactic group, and then reduces the organization into a semantic whole to memorize it, while the next sentence is scanned. (Linguistic aspects of legislative expression (1989) at 338) This recommendation found its way into the legislative conventions of the Uniform Law Conference of Canada, but it was criticized by Driedger and omitted in the latest version of those conventions. It goes against the results of modern language studies that indicate that the difficulty of comprehension increases when an adverbial is placed at the beginning of a sentence. (See A.C. Lovgren, “The Place of the Case in Legislative Sentences” [1986] Rev.