Con made, or will make a mistake in this debate
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Mistake: a error, a fault, something not right, such as logical fallacy, spelling error so on and so forth
So far, I have not made any mistakes.
I will use Grammarly as a mistake check website. If Grammarly shows no suggestions, it proves I did not make any mistakes.
Furthermore, I will provide screenshots from the Grammarly website to ensure my opponent understands I did not make any mistakes.
According to Grammarly, I did not make any mistakes in this round. I have provided the screenshot in a Google Doc.
While I agree--most humans have some flaws--the resolution is only specific to this debate, asking if I have made a mistake. According to Grammarly, I have not.
Seldiora says accepting this debate is a mistake. It is not; this is a chance to increase my rating by 10 points, give or take.
It is not my role to notice your grammar mistakes. All the resolution says is I will make a mistake (which I will disprove); it did not say anything your errors. That is not a valid mistake.
The Orogami/Oromagi debate is different from this. In that debate, the resolution had another meaning.
Please explain how your grammar mistake is my mistake.
All I understood from your argument is "I made a grammar mistake,"
Just because I did not notice does not mean it is my mistake; it is yours since it is your grammar. Therefore, spelling and grammar points go to me.
If a debater has many grammar and spelling mistakes, voters would have to guess what the word/phrase is when they understand an argument. I must use a similar approach.
You also have half-conceded in your argument by saying you made a grammar mistake. Vote Con, Pro used his argument time just to half-concede.
I rest my case, which is still unaltered.
The screenshot is here.
Con seems to be doing excellent -- flawlessly, as he would say. He has stood his ground and proved twice with Grammarly that he has no spelling or grammar mistakes, and he has not forfeited nor failed to negate any of my arguments.
Unless my opponent can prove that he will still remain flawless even without the help of Grammarly, he will likely get into a pitfall where he commits a mistake one way or another.
Con has not contested the fact that someone else already failed this debate.
He has failed to tell us what is wrong with this argument.
As such, he has made a mistake, and lost this debate.
- Pro did not fulfill BoP.
- I have refuted Pro's claim multiple times.
- Pro is one step from conceding as shown in rounds two and three.
- Pro is using incorrect logic, which means I win the arguments by sufficiently proving that I have made no mistakes.
- I have fulfilled BoP by using a direct source from Grammarly and Paperrater, while Pro has sources off-topic. Therefore, I win the sources.
- Pro already pointed out he made a grammar mistake while I have made none which means I win the spelling and grammar points.
- My argument still stands the same since round 1: Pro has not done anything to refute it and has only provided faulty arguments. Grammarly is a reliable source, according to these articles.
You can clearly see here it’s basically two people who won’t listen to the other and make this debate unproductive. Con showed that he merely said the same thing four times in a row just to make a number go up by ten. Considering my rating is nearly the worst of of all active debaters I don’t know how that is something to be proud of. Con has made the mistake of wasting his time for four entire rounds, potentially five, a mistake in this debate.
Con has seemed to make it all the way to the end, but for what? He assumes that raising his points is not a mistake, but perhaps he has better things to do. He could’ve been exercising, he could’ve been studying, he could’ve been working. This debate doesn’t help at all in terms of knowledge, in terms of money, in terms of physical. A number that seems to indicate your skill in debating would be meaningless in terms of this debate, as normal debates require lengthy research and battle over multiple arguments.
- Pro failed to even talk about his BoP.
- Pro had faulty rebuttals.
- Pro conceded three times indirectly.
- Pro is being redundant in his arguments which I already have refuted, thus proving he probably has nothing else to say (a concession).
- I have made no mistakes as proven by Grammarly and Paperrater.
- Seldiora had little sources whereas I had many.
- I fulfilled my BoP to the dot.
- I had good grammar and spelling
- I have used a better argument than Seldiora has.