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Could anyone tell whether these sentence are grammatically and idiomatically correct -


1. Even if she doesn’t hold a strong argument, she compensates by using the choice of words.


2. Even if she doesn’t hold a strong argument, she makes it up by using the choice of words.


3. Where she lacks in an argument, she compensates by using the choice of words.


4. Where she lacks in an argument, she compensates by using the choice of words.

Thanks

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Even if she doesn't make a strong argument, she [ compensates / makes up for it ] with a good choice of words.
What her argument lacks in strength she [compensates for / makes up for] with a good choice of words.
What she lacks in argument she supplies with well-chosen words.

CJ