It is challenging to model the relationship between context and intent, and the relationship between context and intent is complicated. The purpose of this study is to make structuralizing context and intention easier in design-related communication such as requirement analysis and architecture design in various fields, and thereby to enable conveying messages as intended. This study also shows cases that context and intention cannot be structuralized. In this study, we assume what a person wants to realize as a 'system', and call the way to realize it as 'design'. A person who intends to realize something receives information from someone else who provides supporting information, and implements the design work. This study evaluated language information by clarifying the structure of context and intent of example sentences. Thereby, this study evaluated the effectiveness of structuralization. Finally, this study concludes with future research topics.