Hey, I was wondering if you wanted to trade some of the nice clothing you have for my spear 3000.
Yah, Why not. I've been having some trouble keeping away some of the fearsome animals anyway.
Hey, I got this berry that I don't want anymore and I really need it out of my hands so if you want to trade I'm willing to do whatever.
Not really sure about trading for a berry, and besides I don't have anything to trade for. But maybe another time.
I've been literally walking for like three weeks straight and I'm looking for a place to stay. I'm not even joking I haven't stopped walking for the past sixty-two hours. I was walking past and I saw the hut and it looked perfect can I crash for a few days.
Sorry the hut isn't up for trade but you can have the hay left over from making the hut.
Trade allowed many of the neolithic people to focus on what job they wanted to do rather than have to always focus on what they have to go hunt to eat.
Trading gave Neolithic times people someone they could maybe trade with or even start something bigger than (working together). Even if the trade didn't work out it still allowed them to have someone to trade with, if they ever wanted to.
Trade forced all of the Paleolithic people to adjust to the Neolithic ways or be forced out the civilizations of the "ordinary" ways of the Neolithic people. In which allowed Neolithic people trade with other civilizations to make friendship not enemies for help in constant fights with other rulers of civilizations.