Please, show me how to do it better.
I want to know how to compliment the technique just before they wipe out due to an ingrained technical error.
How about this:
"Good skiing!!!! Don't worry about the wipeout, all you need is a little bit of refinement to your skill set.
I see you have a good sense of balance that usually allows you to be able to use a lot of inclination in your turns. Inclination is a good thing! But don't forget that if you do want to use inclination to start your turn, you need to use angulation to complete it.
At a rule of thumb, make sure you are angulating by the fall-line, so that you can get the weight to the outside ski where it should be, especially at that point in the turn. Early inclination is a very good technique, especially as it moves the weight to the inside ski. Let's think about how good that is to do for minute.
At the top of the turn, when your skis are under low pressure, you need to increase your bite on the snow quickly. Nothing increases bite, like an increase in the pressured surface. So, incline until you feel the pressure on the outside edge of the forebody of the inside ski. That is a good sign that the hips have moved across the ski and forwards. Now, this is also a clear indication that you are about to go too far, and we know what happens on a slippery surface [ ;) ] so at that point, immediately begin angulation.
You see, I told you it was just a small refinement! Just add a bit of angulation later in the turn! "
So, did that break anyone's BS detector, or is that technique for real?