Supplemental Actions

version 35 by Al Golden

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  • Part 33 - Positions (Sitting,Standing,Lieing)
    understand the command "lie" as something new.
    lieing in is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "lie in [something]" as lieing in.
    lieing on is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "lie on [something]" as lieing on.
    lieing under is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "lie under [something]" as lieing under.
    report lieing under something
    (this is the lieing under rule):
    say "You can't lie under [the noun].".
    report lieing on something
    (this is the lieing on rule):
    say "You can't lie on [the noun].".
    report lieing in something
    (this is the lieing in rule):
    say "You can lie in [the noun].".
    understand the command "sit" as something new.
    sitting is an action applying to nothing.
    understand "sit" or "sit down" as sitting.
    report sitting:
    say "You can't sit.";
    sitting on is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "sit on [something]" as sitting on.
    understand "sit on top of [something]" as sitting on.
    sitting in is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "sit in [something]" as sitting in.
    sitting under is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "sit under [something]" as sitting under.
    sitting behind is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "sit behind [something]" as sitting behind.
    report sitting behind something
    (this is the sitting behind something rule):
    say "You can sit behind [the noun].".
    report sitting under something
    (this is the sitting under something rule):
    say "You can't sit under [the noun]." instead.
    report sitting on something
    (this is the sitting on rule):
    say "You can't sit on [the noun]." instead.
    report sitting in something
    (this is the sitting in rule):
    say "You can't sit in [the noun]." instead.
    understand the command "stand" as something new.
    standing is an action applying to nothing.
    understand "stand" as standing.
    understand "stand up" as exiting.
    standing on is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "stand on [something]" as standing on.
    understand "stand on top of [something]" as standing on.
    understand "step on [something]" as standing on.
    standing in is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "stand in [something]" as standing in.
    standing under is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "stand under [something]" as standing under.
    standing behind is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "stand behind[something]" as standing behind.
    report standing on something
    (this is the standing on something rule):
    say "You can't stand on [the noun]."
    report standing in something
    (this is the standing in rule):
    say "You can't stand in [the noun]."
    report standing under something
    (this is the standing under rule):
    say "You can't stand under [the noun]."
    report standing behind something
    (this is the standing behind rule):
    say "You can't stand behind [the noun]."