Spoken English, express your opinion easily

How to easily express your opinion in Spoken English?

Spoken English: Learn how to give your opinion and express your ideas!

In spoken English expressing your opinion can often be difficult, especially when you feel quite deeply about a subject. You might find that your emotions get the better of you. You may find it difficult to find the correct words, which makes you frustrated because you can not express yourself as well as you can in your own language. Well, do not worry! Discover how you can debate like a pro by learning simple English expressions!

Learn simple spoken English expressions to express your opinion easily.

Here are some useful spoken English sentences that will help you out. Learn one or two phrases from each group and you will soon be able to easily express your opinion next time you find yourself in a heated debate. Practice English everyday and you will soon make progress.

When you want to express your opinion, use:

In my point of view, …
In my opinion, …
As far as I’m concerned, …
I believe that …
What I mean is …
If you ask me …

When you want to express a general point of view, use:

Most people say that …
No one can argue that …
It is thought that …
It is generally accepted that …
It is true that …

When you want to agree with someone’s opinion, use:

I agree with you.
I completely agree with this view.
This is absolutely right.
I couldn’t agree more.
I agree with this idea.

When you agree partially with someone’s opinion, use:

I agree with you, but …
This idea is right, but …
I agree with this point of view, but …
I am not sure that I completely agree with this idea.
I think it is possible, but …

When you disagree with with someone’s opinion, use:

I’m sorry to disagree with you, but …
I’m afraid I have to disagree …
On the contrary …
Yes, but don’t you think that …
I’m not sure about that.
I do not believe that …
I think that’s wrong.

Native English speakers are more likely to listen to your arguments and opinions if you express your point of view calmly and politely. English speakers value politeness highly. They use reserved forms of speech as a more gentle way of expressing their opinions in spoken English. For example: ‘I think that’s wrong’ is considered less aggressive by a native English speaker than the more direct, ‘you are wrong’. In the same manner ‘In my opinion’, is a softer, more acceptable form of expressing an opinion than simply saying ‘It is …. (like this). I am right’.

Do you find it difficult to express your opinions in spoken English? Do you get too emotional and then you can’t think of the right words? Do you think that these standard English forms will help you next time you need to express your opinion?

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