The total rate of 111 formal dialogues and 111 informal dialogues (each of the same 60 men and 51 women) was included in the model discovery. Comments for an action, such as “rotation of the head to the right based on video observation”, were divided into two events: one for the beginning, the other for the end of the rotation of the given head, such as “v_head, b, right” and “v_head, e, right”. Out of a total of 3,929,630 commented events (1,964,815 for the beginning and the same quantity, 1,964,815 for the end of an action), a large number of them were actually found in one or the other diagram: 1,699,825 marked the beginning (86.5% of all commented “Bégin” events) and 1,469,751 described the end of a given event (74.8% of all annotation events). We now turn to the events and patterns related to the expression of the pragmatic function of convergence. Examples of this dialogue will have several different themes, allowing us to learn the expression convergence and disagreement in different contexts. It is expected that after reading the following example of dialogue, we will be able to routinely convey our disagreements and disapprovals in English. Without waiting much longer, here is an example of dialogue: Expressions of consent and rejection The following expressions are often used to say consent and disagreement in everyday conversations that you can often hear. 1. Declaration of the Agreement.