Conversation Framework for Sand-dancer

version 2 by Aaron Reed

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  • Book 4 - Yes, No and Sorry

    saying yes is implicit-conversing.
    saying no is implicit-conversing.
    saying sorry is implicit-conversing.

    Before asking someone to try saying yes (this is the greet before saying yes rule):
    if the person asked is not the current interlocutor, implicitly greet the person asked;
    try saying yes instead.

    Before asking someone to try saying no (this is the greet before saying no rule):
    if the person asked is not the current interlocutor, implicitly greet the person asked;
    try saying no instead.

    Before asking someone to try saying sorry (this is the greet before saying sorry rule):
    if the person asked is not the current interlocutor, implicitly greet the person asked;
    try saying sorry instead.

    Before answering someone that "yes" (this is the change answering yes to saying yes rule):
    try saying yes instead.

    Before answering someone that "no" (this is the change answering no to saying no rule):
    try saying no instead.

    Before answering someone that "sorry" (this is the change answering sorry to saying sorry rule):
    try asking the noun to try saying sorry instead.