Report No need to answer in New Logic/Math Puzzles Posted December 18, 2012 Can we conclude that a request for confirmation of a premise by a type A questioner is equivalent to the assertion of that premise by a truth teller? In answering that question assume that I am type A. You people are making this too complicated =) Let's say that a speaker wants to convey the statement "I want dinner now". If the speaker is type B, he should ask "Is the sentence 'I want dinner now' grammatically incorrect?" If the speaker is type A, he should ask "Is the sentence "I want dinner now' grammatically correct?" There might be some work getting all the denizens familiarized with this convention, but the bonus is that once established, the convention does not require a speaker to first identify whether he is type A or type B.