How to Express your Opinion in English

Here are some useful phrases that you can use to express your opinions in English.

1. Sentence starters

I prefer…

I think…

I feel…

I know…

I believe…

In my opinion…

The best thing about…

The greatest part about…

The worst part about…

Everyone should…

…is better than … because…

If you liked… than you will love….

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2. General Point of View

It is thought that…

Some people say that…

It is considered…

It is generally accepted that…

Disagreeing with an opinion

Yes, but…

I’m afraid I have to disagree.

I’m sorry to disagree with you, but…

That’s not entirely true.

On the contrary…

I’m not so sure about that.

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3. Personal Point of View

I have seen/noticed/observed that…

I just don’t think it’s right that…

One argument in favour of … is that…

I think people should (have the right to) …

In my experience…

As far as I’m concerned…

In my opinion…

Personally, I think…

I’d say that…

I’d like to point out that..

I believe that…

Speaking for myself…

Personally, I believe (feel)…

I tend to think that…

I am sure/certain/convinced that…

As far as I understand/ can see, …

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4. Giving the opposite opinion

Maybe, but it seems to me that…

I partly agree, but I still believe that…

I don’t agree. In my opinion,…

I completely disagree. To me,…

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5. Clarifying your opinion

No, that’s not what I’m trying to say.

What I mean is …

No, that’s not what I mean.

All I’m saying is that …

6. Giving yourself time to think

That’s an interesting point.

I’ve never really thought about that.

Um, let me think.

It’s hard to say.

7. Agreeing with an opinion

Of course

You’re absolutely right.

Yes, I agree.

I think so too.

That’s a good point.

Exactly.

That’s true.

Neither do I.

I couldn’t agree more.

8. Making Suggestions

I suggest/ think you should …

It might be better to …

We/ you ought to …

If I were you …, I would …

I (don’t) think we/ you should…

You/ we could …

Couldn’t you/we…?

Shall we …?

How/What about…?

Why don’t you/we …?

Why not …?

Let’s …

9. Responding to suggestions

I was thinking exactly that myself.

Sounds good (to me).

OK, let’s do/try that.

Yes, let’s do that.

You’re right.

That’s a good idea.

It’s a good idea, but…

But what if…?

The only thing/ problem is…

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BrahmaRao Chennuri
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BrahmaRao Chennuri

Supper it’s very helpful thank you

Melania Shilongo
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Melania Shilongo

Very good , i want to learn more from you because it is difficult for me to express myself in English, please keep in touch

Razia Sulatana
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I like the contents.

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Very good. I want to learn more.

Alina
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Thank you

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Very appreciate

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