Dialouge rules as I like

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1) Try to avoid mentioning who is the speaker as possible. Even a little confusion would be better than always mentioning the name of the speaker. Instead, write the dialouge itself in a way reader understand who said it.

2) Only use three words: said, asked, answered. The rest, such as aclaimed, is not needed.

3) NEVER mention emotion, only when it's anger or some other intense.

That's how I write dialouges.
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