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  • Part 2 - French directions

    A direction has a text called printed name.
    The printed name of north is "nord".
    The printed name of south is "sud".
    The printed name of east is "est".
    The printed name of west is "ouest".

    The printed name of northeast is "nord-est".
    The printed name of southwest is "sud-ouest".
    The printed name of southeast is "sud-est".
    The printed name of northwest is "nord-ouest".

    The printed name of inside is "dedans".
    The printed name of outside is "dehors".
    The printed name of up is "en haut".
    the printed name of down is "en bas".


    Understand "gauche" as west.
    Understand "ouest" as west.
    Understand "o" as west.
    Understand "droite" as east.
    Understand "est" as east.

    Understand "sud" as south.
    Understand "nord" as north.
    Understand "bas" as down.
    Understand "haut" as up.
    Understand "remonter" as up.

    Understand "nord-est/nordest" as northeast.
    Understand the command "no" as something new.
    Understand "nord-ouest/nordouest" or "no" as northwest. [toujours problème de 'saying no']
    Understand "sud-ouest/sudouest" or "so" as southwest.
    Understand "sud-est/sudest" or "se" as southeast.


    Include (- has proper, -) when defining up. [para evitar 'el arriba']
    Include (- has proper, -) when defining down.
    Include (- has proper, -) when defining inside.
    Include (- has proper, -) when defining outside.