How you can use them in your own arguments.
Another method is asking questions that have an answer clear. After you have asked a few “yes” questions it is possible to pose them with the questions that you believe they’ll try to deny. It is possible that they will be confused due to the cycle of saying yes or the jury could suggest there is no answer.
Another approach is to not say anything in any way. This can lead to awkward silence , which the one you’re arguing against might be interested in talking about. People are known to be talkative so you will be able to get lots of info out of them simply by being attentive to them in a relaxed manner.
Analogies can be very helpful in examining situations. One example is to or get another individual to be in agreement with you, and change to the other to see if the two of you still believe that the same thing.
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