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LampPro Tip 1/3
Argument CorePlay
Premise in debates or reasoning always supports the main argument; it's not a random fact. SlideHer debate premise clearly supported why taxes should be lowered.
LampPro Tip 2/3
Starting PointPlay
A premise is like a starting line in a race—it's where your thought process begins. SlideThe premise of my thesis is that climate change requires immediate action.
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Assumed TruePlay
When presenting a premise, it's presented as true to build an argument, even if debatable. SlideI based my argument on the premise that all people want happiness.