Dialogues, inserts and queries in one common language Computer interpretable dialogues among various parties require that assertions, queries, answers, denials, etc. are expressed in one common language. This article describes how that can be achieved. In natural languages, queries and assertions have nearly the same structure and use the same terminology. Thus the sentences used for assertions and questions are only slightly different. The differences, such as changes in word sequences and the use of question marks, can even be . . .