This article discusses why some languages use a sentence format, and how it affects the way that the language is written.
This article explains why some language families are more likely to encode sentences in a sentence-like format than others.
It discusses the problems that stem from this problem, and what can be done to avoid them.
A common problem with sentence formats is that they are hard to read, which makes them difficult to learn.
This has been known for a long time, and there is no good explanation for why this is.
However, a few factors have led to a lack of understanding about the causes of this problem.
These include: The language is a monolingual language, meaning that people use the same word or sentence for the same thing, in order to describe the same idea or action.