We (humans) tend to miss many problematic structures in text which results in words, terms, and phrases misconstrued by others.
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These are patterns of language constructed around coordinator constructions. An example is “the old men and women went to church.” The risk occurs because the modifier “old” is not clear in its applicability to “men” and “women”. Did both old men and old women go to church or only old men and women of any/all ages?
These are typically pronouns distant from the referent to which they are attached. The more distant the referent, the more likely the pronoun will be thought to apply to an unintended referent.
These are usages of language that express uncertainty, necessity, ability or permission, most often in a weak manner. Examples are words like can, could, may, ought, should and others of like expressions.
These warnings occur when the sentence in question is long enough to present a misunderstanding. Studies have shown that sentences more than fourteen words in length have a greater risk of ambiguity.
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