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Opinions Giving Expressing Agreeing Disagreeing in English. Opiniones en Inglés

Opinions Giving Expressing Agreeing Disagreeing in English. Opiniones en Inglés
Below are some phrases that you can use to help express opinions. Some of these phrases are more appropriate for written English such as giving your opinion in an essay whereas some can also be used in spoken English. Personal Point of View We use these words and phrases to express a personal point of view: In my experience… As far as I'm concerned… Speaking for myself… In my opinion… Personally, I think… I'd say that… I'd suggest that… I'd like to point out that… I believe that… What I mean is… General Point of View We use these words and phrases to express a point of view that is generally thought by people: It is thought that... Agreeing with an opinion We use these words and phrases to agree with someone else's point of view: Of course. Disagreeing with an opinion We use these words and phrases to disagree with someone else's point of view: That's different. If you found this English Vocabulary about Expressing Opinions interesting or useful, let others know about it: Vocabulary Notes

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