a question i need fast answer for
let's say that there is a town called "X" and the lord of the town is "A" so i can say "A" is the lord of "X" and i can say "A" is "X" 's lord but can i say "A" is lord "X"
It is a bit difficult to understand what you are asking, Mohamed, when you do not use the basic rules of grammar. When you make the effort to write complete sentences and use punctuation, others can understand what you mean. Remember that the word "I" is always capitalized. A sentence ends with period, question mark, or exclamation mark.
In the US, we do not have lords and ladies. So I don't know the rules of how those titles are made. That is not a question of grammar. I can tell you that a title is capitalized - such as Lord Voldemort.
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