Ok, so being as vague as I can, I want to demonstrate, and hopefully this makes sense, how the plus minus exchange works in conversation; specifically using this chart and the following example
+Ni is willing to sacrifice quality (reliable predictions) for quantity (predicting further into the future), and -Ni the reverse.
+Ne is willing to sacrifice quality (knowing something's*actual*potential) for quantity (knowing all the possible things something*could*be).
+Fi is willing to sacrifice quality (close, trustworthy relations) for quantity (extending a hand of friendship to everyone), -Fi the reverse.
+Fe is willing to sacrifice quality (happiness) for quantity (emotional intensity), -Fe the reverse.
+Si is willing to sacrifice quality (reliability of pleasurable results) for quantity (intensity of pleasurable results), -Si the reverse.
+Se is willing to sacrifice quality (reliable strength) for quantity (lots of wealth), -Se the reverse.
+Ti is willing to sacrifice quality (logical correctness) for quantity (subjecting everything to order and organization), -Ti the reverse.
+Te is willing to sacrifice quality (efficiency of action) for quantity (productivity of action), -Te the reverse.
Speaking to an LSE, who says: "I was thinking we meet this person here, because from what I know about this individual, they would feel best here."
meet the person here - Te plus - productive action
they would feel best here - Si minus - decision based on intensity of internal state in given situations based on memory
Me: "I want to meet your friends, parent, in laws, maybe I should meet...; you should try sage tea, I hear that in such a such a place it's good for cough or rose hip tea for vitamin C?"
meet everyone - Fi plus - extend friendship
the possibility of sage tea for medicinal purpose or rose hip tea for vitamin C - Ne minus - possibility of one thing.
Finally from me "can this work this way?" Translation: can not tell the efficiency of this action, requiring someone to JUDGE the productivity of this line of analysis or thinking in terms of it's external working/dynamic value.