Quantum parse syntax grammar gives you freedom and power to correct contracts, so why don’t we learn this in High School English lessons?

When speaking or writing, we generally use words in groups, called a Sentence, like

“Little Jack Horner sat in a corner”

In every sentence, there’s a SUBJECT to speak about, and a PREDICATE (Something about that subject).

In simple terms, a sentence has two parts:
1) SUBJECT= The part which names the person or thing we are speaking about
2) PREDICATE = The part which tells us something about the subject.

So, in the case above
Little Jack Horner = Subject
[He] sat in the corner = Predicate

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Words are divided into different classes or groups, called “Parts of Speech” according to their use, as follows

1. Adverb
2. Verb
3. Adjective
4. Pronoun
5. Preposition
6. Article
7. Noun
8. Past Tense
9. Future Tense
10. Conjunction

What They Don’t Teach You at High School

1. An Adverb is a word to add something to (modify) a Verb, Adjective, or another Adverb

2. A Verb is a word used to say something about some person, place, thing
(e.g. SAT = Little Jack Horner SAT in the corner)

3. An Adjective is a word to add something to (modify) a Noun
(e.g. LITTLE describes “Jack Horner”)

4. A Pronoun is a name of a thing, place or person
(e.g. “Jack Horner” is the name of a person = Pronoun)

5. A Preposition is a word used with a noun or pronoun to show how that person, thing or place denoted by the noun or pronoun stands in relation to something else
(e.g. There is a duck in the garden)

6. An Article is a one of a class of auxiliary words inserted before a noun to limit or modify it in some way [F, L, Artus = joint]
(e.g. THE Pen, “The” = Article)

7. A Noun is a word used as a name of a thing, place or person
(e.g. the SUN shines bright, “Sun” = noun)

8. Past tense – a word used about an event or situation that has already happened
The word TENSE comes from the Latin tempus= time
In most cases any word with the suffix (or ending) “-ED” = past –time.

9. Future tense – a word used about an event or situation that MAY HAPPEN soon, later today, tomorrow, next week/month/year/decade/century etc.
Future tense words include “To”, “Shall”, “Will”, “Next”,

10. Conjunction – a word used to join other words or phrases
(e.g. Horse and Cart, AND = conjunction; Hot or Cold, OR = Conjunction)

Quantum Parse Syntax Grammar & Prepositional Phrases

Here’s where quantum parse syntax grammar comes to the rescue, because without a prepositional phrase, there are no nouns. Sounds crazy, Right!

Look back at the definition of a noun, a word used as a name of a thing, place or person.

“The Table” – we think of a “Table” as a Noun, and “The” as an ARTICLE (one of a class of auxiliary words inserted before a noun to limit or modify it in some way).

Here’s where it gets interesting.

The word “The” before the word “Table” is being used as an Adverb, a modifier.

And since Adverbs can only modify a Verb, Adjective, or another Adverb, and not a noun, then the word “Table” that we assume to be a noun, is modified by the Adverb “The” to be a Verb.

Who ever heard of the verb “Table”? Well, you can “table a motion”, using the word “table” as a verb.

So how does “table” become a noun?

By the use of a PREPOSITION; A Preposition is a word used with a noun or pronoun to show how that person, thing or place denoted by the noun or pronoun stands in relation to something else.

How do we make the table stand in relation to something else? Answer: by using a preposition.

How Parse Syntax Grammar Helps You.

A preposition is a word used to express some relation of different things or thoughts to each other, and is placed before an article followed by a noun or a pronoun as,

“For the bridge is over the river.”

In that sentence, FOR is the preposition, THE is the article, and BRIDGE is the noun, making “For the bridge” a prepositional phrase, “Over the river ” is the other prepositional phrase, with “IS” used as a verb.

For = In consideration of; in view of; with reference to; the cause, occasion, motive or inducement of; the reason of; in favour of; in promoting which; on account of which; indicating the object of an act; toward which; in the character of; instead of which; during; in or through the space or time of; in prevention of which.

Over = Above, or higher than; across; from side to side of; on the whole surface of; throughout the whole extent of; superiority in excellence, dignity, condition, value or authority; across or during the time of; from beginning to end of; beyond; in excess of; in addition to; more than; across; crosswise.

Without the “For” you no longer have a prepositional phrase, instead you have a sentence composed of adverb-verb, as follows:

The = adverb
Bridge = verb
Is = adverb
Over = verb
The = adverb
River = verb

Chances are your High School teacher fails, neglects or refuses to teach you about quantum parse syntax grammar, or prepositional phrases, which exposes the fraudulent grammar in all written documentation…

How Parse Syntax Grammar Saves You

Since ALL LAW is based upon “adverb-verb” (descriptive or rhetorical versus factual), when such errors are pointed out with proper syntax, then Judges, Attorneys, and other Officers of the Court have no choice but to recuse themselves and/or drop all charges or face criminal charges themselves.

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