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Persuasive TonePlay
When arguing a point, your tone aims to persuade others, not just to state facts. SlideHe argued passionately that the law was outdated, hoping to change their minds.
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Structured ArgumentPlay
Presenting a structured argument helps clarify your standpoint and persuade better. SlideShe argued convincingly, outlining her reasons methodically.
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Not Always ConfrontationalPlay
Arguing can be a friendly exchange of differing ideas, not just a heated debate. SlideThey argued over dinner, but it was a friendly discussion.