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Agreeing and disagreeing with opinions

some commonexpressions that are used to ask about opinion:

What do you think about.…? / are you against or for....? /Do you think that…….?
What’s your opinion about…..? /Do you really believe that…..? / How doyou see…….?
Are you absolutely sure that….? / How do you feel about….? /What are your ideas about…..?
Am I right in thinking that…? / don’t you think that……?
some commonexpressions that are used to give opinions:

Informal way:

− to be honest……./ I feelthat……../ I reckon……../ I don’t feel……./ if you ask me……./ to my mind……/ Iguess……../ the way I see it is……./ what I reckon is…………

Formal way:

− it seems to that…../ Iwould argue that..../ I don’t agree that......./ I’m sure that……/ I’m convinced that…./ I strongly believe that……/ from my point of view…. / I tend to think that/ in my opinion…../ in my view……/ I don’t think…../ I’m absolutely convinced that……/ I don’t believe that…/ I have no doubts that…../ as far as Iam concerned…/ I’d like to point that..
Some expressions that are used to agree and disagree with opinions:

A)Agreeing with an opinion:




I quite agree with you
I think so too
I share the same view.
That’s exactly what I was thinking my self
You’re absolutely right
You are quite right
I agree completely with this idea
This idea is partially right
That’s good point
I’d go along with that
You are right at point




B) Disagreeing with anopinion:



I disagree with you
I don’t think so
I think this idea is bad
I think this idea is possible, but…..
I don’t agree with this idea
That’s different
That’s not entirely true
I’m sorry to disagree with you, but…
That’s not the same thing at all
I’m afraid I can’t agree with you
I see what you mean, but…….
I’m afraid, I don’t agree .