Casual Conversational English (Phrases and Sentences in Different Scenarios – Top 600+ Terms)/
Stating Opinions

Stating Opinions

Total: 19 words

I think that… / I believe that…

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used to express an opinion

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I support…

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used to say you approve of or are in favor of something

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I'm for…

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used to say you are in support of something

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I oppose…

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used to say you disapprove of something

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I'm against…

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used to say you are opposed to something

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I'm convinced that…

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means you are completely certain about something

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In my opinion… / In my view…

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said before announcing a judgment you formed about something

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As far as I'm concerned…

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used before stating an opinion, especially one that is different or based on personal experience

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If you ask me…

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used to emphasize that the opinion you are about to share is a personal one and not necessarily based on facts

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The way I see it…

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used to express a personal opinion

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To my mind...

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used to indicate that the statement you are sharing is just your opinion

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I personally believe...

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used to indicate your belief or stance on something, especially when it is different from most opinions

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It seems to me that…

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used express that something appears to exist or be true for you

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I firmly believe…

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said to express that you hold a certain opinion absolutely or without a doubt

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Without a doubt…

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used to emphasize that something is true

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I'm not sure.

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used to express doubt or uncertainty about something

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I have no opinion on...

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means you have no say or view on something

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I haven't given it (that) much thought. / I've never given it much thought.

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means you have not seriously or deeply thought about a certain fact or idea

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I don't have strong feelings either way.

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means you don't care about the outcome of a particular problem or argument

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