This chapter discusses the basic notions of our ontology in the following section of this essay. It gives a short visual example of what an ontology deduced from ordinary language could look like: The main reason for this intuition is the following consideration: questions that are used in surveys are structurally different from questions chapter pose in ordinary language. To summarize, people think that, in contrast to first impressions, realism for populations is simpler than anti-realism when trying to set up an ontology for questions. This new ontology includes some remarkable advantages when compared to the hitherto used ordinary-language ontology that was briefly outlined in the second section of this essay. At first, it can record that this ontology fulfils the requirements that were formulated in the introductory part of this essay: there are no equivocations and it is a complete arbor porphyriana.