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Wow! How does he have such great clothing? His clothing is old and, ragged. I wish my boyfriend,Kran had those clothes.
Why is she staring at me?
Im sorry but I must ask where do you get your clothes from?
Me? ha? I don't make my clothes nor does my tribe. Dihlight does. He makes my clothes and then I trade him for my sweet sweet deer blood. He really does have a sweet tooth, maybe he can make you some presentable clothes ?
Well how might I meet Dihlight?
Well you could use a phone. Oh wait, you cant it is only the year 3500 B.C.. So, I guess you will have to go searching for days and weeks. Here take this deer blood for good luck.
Back in the Neolithic Age people traded it was not there main focus. But when they saw something they liked or wanted they could trade! Once they started they were able to focus on there main things. Such as gathering food, shelter, and jobs.
Trading allowed people to be able to work on other skills that, other tribes wouldn't be able to because they don't know how to. This way, they could do what they knew how to do and you could receive what you didnt know how to do. This is trading one skill for another.
In the Neolithic Age people were able to rely on Trading for clothing or food that was not in their area or that they could make. In comparison, Paleolithic hunter-gatherers rarely traded with other groups. There focus was on the animals, plants, and other resources that they found nearby.
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