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70 Ways to Express Opinions in English

How to Express Opinions in English

Knowing how to express opinions in English is valuable whether you are speaking or writing.

These are some phrases to ask other people´s opinions

  • What do you think about?
  • How do you feel about?
  • What’s your opinion on …?

Some tips to express opinions in English are:

  1. Express your opinions with positive and negative phrases.
  2. Keep a conversation going with opinion questions.
  3. Explain your opinions with reasons.
Express Opinions in English

70 Ways to Express Opinions in  English

These are 70 ways to express opinions in English divided in different levels:

How to Express Opinions in English: Elementary

  1. I  think that …
  2. I believe that …
  3. I’m sure that …
  4. My opinion is …

How to Express Opinions in English: Pre-intermediate

  1. I agree with …
  2. I feel that …
  3. I guess…
  4. I imagine …
  5. I have no doubt that 
  6. I’m certain that …
  7. I strongly believe that …
  8. I’ve never really thought about this before, but …
  9. My personal opinion is that…
  10. To be honest 
  11. In my honest opinion, …

How to Express Opinions in English: Intermediate

  1. As far as I know
  2. I agree with the opinion of …
  3. I could be wrong, but …
  4. I’d definitely say that …
  5. I’d guess that…
  6. I imagine that …
  7. I’d say that …
  8. I’m absolutely certain that …
  9. I’m fairly confident that …
  10. I’m no expert (on this), but …
  11. I’m positive that …
  12. I’m pretty sure that …
  13. It seems to me that …
  14. It’s a difficult issue, but …
  15. It’s a complicated issue, but …
  16. Some people may disagree with me, but …
  17. This is just my opinion, but …
  18. Without a doubt, …

How to Express Opinions in English: Upper-intermediate

  1. After much thought, …
  2. As I see it, …
  3. Correct me if I’m wrong, but …
  4. From my point of view, …
  5. I am not very familiar with this topic, but …
  6. I do believe …
  7. I have come to the conclusion that …
  8. I might change my mind later, but …
  9. I suppose …
  10. I tend to think that …
  11. I’m pretty confident that …
  12. I’ve always thought that …
  13. If you ask me, …
  14. I’m convinced that …
  15. In my humble opinion  …
  16. It seems clear to me that …
  17. My initial reaction is …
  18. Personally speaking …
  19. Speaking for myself, …
  20. The way I see it (is) …
  21. To be (perfectly) frank, …
  22. To the best of my knowledge, …
  23. What I think is …

How to Express Opinions in English: Advanced

  1. After giving this matter some thought, …
  2. As far as I’m concerned, …
  3. I can’t help thinking that …
  4. I tend towards the opinion that …
  5. I think it’s reasonable to say …
  6. I think it’s fair/reasonable to say …
  7. I’ll tell you what I think, …
  8. I’ve come the conclusion that …
  9. If you want my opinion, …
  10. In my limited experience, …
  11. There is a part of me that says …
  12. This may be controversial, but …
  13. What I always say is …
  14. With some reservations, …
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