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Learn how to express your opinion in English

23rd July 2017

There are many ways to express what we think in English. In this week’s #StudyTip we will teach you the most common expressions to share our different opinions.

Statements of Opinions

You can start a conversation or a discussion by sharing your opinion.

In my opinion…

I think…

Personally, I reckon….

If you ask me, ….

The way I see it, …..

Statements of Agreement

I (completely) agree.

I think you are right.


You are spot on!

I couldn’t agree more.

Statements of Disagreement

I’m afraid I disagree with that.

I am not so sure about that.

I see what you are saying, but…

I think we’re going to have to agree to disagree. (If you feel that you are at an impasse, or an argument where no solution is possible, you might just say this phrase to end the conversation.)


Do you agree or disagree? Write your opinion in the comments below.

  1. I think people watch too much TV.
  2. Smoking is bad for you.
  3. Money makes you happy.

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