lawyers ar made in the library and not elsewhere if you meet prof.majamba you ll disco...u ll go home ebu nenda library kasome..if u choose this noble profession u must read and research...kama uwez kasomee ualimu
1.Contrast- legal language ina maneno mengi sana ya kilatini(latin words) eg.words like nemo quod non habet,ubarimae fidei,queed pro quo,ubi jus ibi remedium,quantum mereuit,while other languages there is very few latin words 2.legal language has no punctuation marks so as to avoid ambiguity while other languages has punctuation marks
Be serious, this is advanced secondary education examination question,what combination did you take for your advanced level studies?.those who studied english language in advanced level must have come across with such question,any way.
Legal language is complex,uses long sentenses,it uses long form of most of its words,and most of its terminologies are borrowed from latin language,it uses words like "or" to convey its own meaning (alternatively),it is hard to find things like "CO2" in legal writing something which common in scientific wrting.
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