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There is a video (https://youtu.be/UFuxlnUeGmg) talking about a tip to start a speech or an essay.

When you give your opinion, it's a very good idea to start by saying what is good about the opposite opinion.

To illustrate, consider this example

Although some people love eating at home, I prefer eating at a restaurant.

I love this tip though, I think the original name is too general, which is "How to Start Right".

It sounds like that using other ways of starting is NOT Right.

So, I would like to give this tip a name myself, which is, Start with Opposite.

I'm worried about if this name appropriate, is there a rule or convention to make a name for this kind of tips? or some criteria to choose "Start with Opposite" or "Start with the Opposite".

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