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   * ask a human player for at least four input values.   * ask a human player for at least four input values.
   * "​tell"​ the story/mad lib based on the inputs provided by the human user.   * "​tell"​ the story/mad lib based on the inputs provided by the human user.
-  * include at least one conditional statement that effects the way the story is told.  This can take on any number ​number of forms:+  * include at least one conditional statement that effects the way the story is told.  This can take on any number of forms:
         * You can ask the user to pick from a small set of values (rather than all nouns, pick between "​apple"​ and "​orange"​) and then use an appropriate sprite when telling your story.         * You can ask the user to pick from a small set of values (rather than all nouns, pick between "​apple"​ and "​orange"​) and then use an appropriate sprite when telling your story.
         * Ask the user to pick a plural noun (normally ends in an "​s"​) and then check to see if they followed directions (this one is harder but can be done using the letter and length operators from the Operators menu.) ​         * Ask the user to pick a plural noun (normally ends in an "​s"​) and then check to see if they followed directions (this one is harder but can be done using the letter and length operators from the Operators menu.) ​
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