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Stating Your Opinion

When you want to express what you think about something there are many different sentence starters that you can use. 

  • I think… 
  • In my opinion… 
  • I’d suggest… 
  • In my mind… 
  • In my experience… 
  • Personally, I think… 
  • If you want an honest opinion… 
  • As far as I’m concerned… 
  • I’d say… 
  • The way I see it… 
  • I am of the opinion that… 
  • I believe that… 
  • If you ask me… 
  • As far as I understand it… 
  • As I see it… 
  • It seems to me that… 
  • My personal view is that… 

Example Sentences: 

  • 1- I think pizza is the best food ever.
  •  2- It seems to me that she doesn’t know what she is doing. 
  • 3- In my experience, people are more productive in silence. 
  • 4- I believe that he is one of the best actors. 
  • 5- I’d suggest we go to McDonalds instead of Burger King.

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