With some sacrifice on both sides.
Unless sharing some mutual interest, in which case it works perfectly fine, even beneficially... but most of the time with N and S in the same convo, both people loose out a bit on what they want to talk about and the way it gets discussed.
When chatting with my ISFJ mom, for instance, I usually have to stop and rethink then translate what I want to say in more concrete terms. Frequently I forget to do this and what comes out of my mouth just confuses her to bits. Especially the most far-reaching metaphors. We've had good results though when I translate those by building a plausible real life scenario and helping her see herself in it.
I still don't 'get' some of the implications of what she talks about either.
Our humor can be a bit of a mismatch, too... sometimes she repeats these jokes to me and I'm left just staring at her all perplexed. Like yeah, that was the obvious conclusion, how is this funny? Or my many protests of "but wait, that isn't accurate..." and then she tells me that jokes don't have to be true (sidenote: yes they do! or else the connections that form them break down)
Whereas my jokes are so super dry they are often easy to miss in ordinary conversation.
Many of the sensors I've met have a tendency to see me as a total drip. Based on moments when I didn't get what they were trying to convey right. Like when a friend was house painting and trying to show me how to cut in so I could help, instead I got banned from painting after doing a mere foot of baseboard.
Or when my ISTP father (builder) considered my ideas for better work flow in a house he was designing to be a waste of funds, and stopped seeking my opinion when he polled the other females for whatever feedback he was actually looking for. Usually he just added a few more landscaping bushes afterwards. to the most boring cookie cutter houses in the world.