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Emily Short

Release 5

Section 5 - Generic Response Types

A person has some text called the generic negative. The generic negative of a person is usually "[one of]no[or]not really[at random]".

A person has some text called the generic positive. The generic positive of a person is usually "[one of]yes[or]sure[at random]".

A person has some text called the generic adversative. The generic adversative of a person is usually "well".

A person has some text called the secondary apology. The secondary apology of a person is usually "".

A person has some text called the generic confrontational. The generic confrontational of a person is usually "look".

To say Well:

let N be indexed text;

let N be "[generic adversative of the current interlocutor]";

let N be "[N in sentence case]";

say "[N]".

To say personal no:

let N be indexed text;

let N be "[generic negative of the current interlocutor]";

let N be "[N in sentence case]";

say "[N]".

To say personal yes:

let N be indexed text;

let N be "[generic positive of the current interlocutor]";

let N be "[N in sentence case]";

say "[N]".

To say awkward no:

let N be indexed text;

let N be "[generic adversative of the current interlocutor], [generic negative of the current interlocutor]";

let N be "[N in sentence case]";

say "[N][apologetic]";

To say awkward yes:

let N be indexed text;

let N be "[generic adversative of the current interlocutor], [generic positive of the current interlocutor]";

let N be "[N in sentence case]";

say "[N][apologetic]";

To say apologetic:

if the secondary apology of the current interlocutor is not "":

say ", [secondary apology of the current interlocutor]";

To say awkward confrontation:

let N be indexed text;

let N be "[generic confrontational of the current interlocutor]";

let N be "[N in sentence case]";

say "[N]";

To say ignorance:

carry out the expressing ignorance for activity with the current interlocutor;

say "[run paragraph on]"