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Commentary Adjectives and Adverbs

We have gone over Adjectives and Adverbs in our previous blogposts. So that may not be any difficulty anymore. Now, in specific we are coming to Commentary Adjectives and Adverbs. Before you continue to read, we want you to know that the examples we are going to provide you proudly contain several kinds of presuppositions.. And combining all the techniques learnt will make it only more powerful than you could imagine. Practice these examples and come up with your own. The more you practice, the more you become perfect in it. That is the goal we are aiming for.

First some examples of the words to scan for with Commentary Adjectives and Adverbs.

It is soo much easier and simple to scan for the words you need to scan for in a sentence, some examples are provided for you here. Luckily you are reading this. Take this knowledge and expand it. Your competition could be too …

  • Fortunately
  • Effortlessly
  • Commonly
  • Naturally
  • Luckily
  • Innocently
  • Happily
  • Necessarily

Now you knowingly know what to scan for ... Here are some examples of Commentary Adjectives and Adverbs.

Now you do know how they are organized, let’s take a look at some practical examples.

  • “Fortunately, there is no need for me to know the details of what you want in order for me to help you get it.”

We suggest that you reread the sentence above several times. With the knowledge of the Milton Model and Presuppositions you already have, how easly can you learn this new pattern?

Ok, as we received many requests to provide another example, here we go:

  • “And I do not know how soon you will realize the learning’s your unconscious mind has already made, because it is not important that you know before you have comfortably continued the process of relaxation and allowed the other you to learn something else of use and delight to you.”

Stacking many kinds of presuppositions in the same sentence makes them particularly powerful. The more that is presupposed, the more difficult it is for the listener to unravel the sentence and question any one presupposition.

Gaining more Power ... Utilizing Commentary Adjectives and Adverbs.

Some of the presupposition sentences listed above contain several kinds of presuppositions, and those sentences will be more powerful. The following sentence is an example of the use of many presuppositions stacked together.

“Naturally, as you start to realize the unlimited ways you can easily become aware of how using my advice will help you to truly accomplish your goals more rapidly and effectively as it relates to your projects, you’ll start imagining the success you can actually achieve with my help and guidance.”

We suggest you contact us with your best explaination of what happens in the sentence above. The winner will get an awesome prize!

Last but not Least

Going the way we will publish more articles about Commentary Adjectives and Adverbs, Presuppositions and the Milton Model. Come back often as we tend to post frequently! Remember, to increase your efficiency as a NLP Practitioner, know your positive intention for the message you want to convey, build rapport and pay attention on what and how you use language. Leave people and business in a better place that where you found them, every day! Put yourself to work and start making the NLP Meta Model part of your knowledge. The sooner you start, the sooner you benefit.

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