How easy is it for you to say what you think in English? What expressions do you use? In this blog post, we'll take a look at phrases you can use to express your opinion.
Everyone has an opinion on something. Some people easily share their opinions, while others prefer to be more careful.
No matter how you feel about giving opinions, one thing is sure: you will need to express it one day.
Below are different ways to share your opinions.
Expressing your opinion
"How do you feel about using dating apps?"
• In my opinion, using dating apps is too dangerous.
• As far as I'm concerned, using dating apps is an effective way to meet more people.
• The way I see it is that using dating apps is just another way to meet people.
Expressing a strong opinion
"What do you think is the best way to learn English?"
• I'm positive that you can master English by taking online English lessons.
• I really do think that the best way to learn English is to read English books.
• I'm absolutely sure that the best way to learn a language is to live in an English-speaking country for a few months.
Expressing your opinion carefully
"What are your thoughts on women traveling alone?"
• I suppose that solo travels can be fun for women.
• I guess that women can enjoy traveling alone with proper planning and caution.
• My own feeling on the subject is that it can be dangerous for women to travel alone.
Expressing your opinion based on your experience
"Do you think children should move out of the house when they turn 18?"
• In my experience, not all 18-year-olds can afford to pay their own rent.
• Speaking personally, I moved out only when I had a steady job. I was 21.
• What I've found is that asking 18-year-olds to contribute to household expenses is also an option.
Now, practice using these phrases. Here's a question for you: Do you think cigarettes should be illegal?
We'll be back with more phrases you can use to express your opinion.