What is intelligence?
Intelligence is actually simply the ability to organize independently. And sharing knowledge through language is simply the ability to organize knowledge independently. Intelligence can be explained as follows. It is the ability:
• to independently group what belongs together;
• to independently separate what doesn't belong together;
• to independently leave out what is no longer relevant;
• to independently plan future actions;
• to independently foresee the consequences that the planned actions will have;
• to independently learn from mistakes.
Important to language: The more you structure your sentences and texts, the better you are able to convey your intent and the better you'll be understood. This can be done by grouping what belongs together, by separating what doesn't belong together and by leaving out when it is no longer important.