1. Describe the three forms of overaccommodation. Provide an example of a situation in which each could be used.
2. Discuss the various reasons one might choose to engage in divergence, noting the functions it is intended to serve. Under what circumstances might such divergence be expected by the other person, and when might it offend instead? Provide examples to illustrate your points.
3. Distinguish among the following concepts: face concern, face need, face-saving, and face restoration.
4. Distinguish between the following: convergence, divergence, and overaccommodation. Provide an example of a situation in which you have experienced or engaged in each of these forms of accommodation.