ALRIGHT, so down to business, unlike my previous post
arguing effectively is about understanding what the other person is going to talk about or argur about and hitting those bases before they can even really retaliate,
bring everything down to a pillar of (you cant argue with that) and start stacking those pilars on top of each other.
knowing the topic, and understanding it fully, thats really all its about
advanced words should remain with advanced people, you dont talk grade 12 literature to a grade 2 audience...
so you also need to think about who your talking to,
IF you are able to condense the sentences down with a simple word that means a lot of things, than that can mean in a debate (tournament style) that you an get more argument over the counter with less time used, meaning more and more argument, effectively winning the debate
if you want to listen to people, (not debating) go to the toast masters on youtube, and learn ho to speak
if you want to learn how to argu then go to school and join the debaters club and read more
if you want to learn far mre advanced words, start reading books that are more commonly featured in yale and harvard libraries, (from the site, since they list near every book they have in stock)