IELTS Vocabularies For Giving Opinions

(Last Updated On: November 30, 2017)

I will try to share some of the useful expressions for the language function of giving opinions to other people. What are best ways to give an opinion and which are the vocabularies you could use while giving an opinion? At the end, you will have a clear idea about how to give your opinion on something.

  1. I think.

    1. I think you need to consider all your options.

    2. I think it would be a good idea to take the bus.

    3. I think it would be a good idea to take the train

    4. I think it’s not going to rain today.

    5. I think I love her, but I don’t think she loves me anymore.

    6. I think all think all politicians are corrupt.
  2. As far as I’m concerned.

    1. As far as I’m concerned, this friendship is over.

    2. As far as I’m concerned, I don’t care what he told.

    3. As far as I’m concerned, students should wear uniforms

    4. As far as I’m concerned, people should use a helmet while riding bikes.

  3. In my opinion.

    1. In my opinion, you should take some rest.

    2. In my opinion, you should call them.

    3. In my opinion, you shouldn’t be here.

    4. In my opinion, it’s better to restart the server.

    5. In my opinion, you should buy an apartment in the city.
  4. It seems.

    1. It seems to me that teacher can become good friends too.

    2. It seems to me that there is a lot of pressures on children nowadays.

  5. It appears to me that.

    1. It appears to me that you are completely wrong.
    2. It appears to me that Ramu feels much better today.
    3. It appears to me that we misunderstand him.
    4. It appears to me that we underestimated him.
  6. I would argue that.

    1. I would argue that people shouldn’t use mobile while driving.
  7. From my point of view.

    1. From my point of view, she made a terrible mistake.

    2. From my point of view, we should allow boys and girls to go the same school.

  8. From my perspective.
    1. Ramu: From my perspective, it is just a silly mistake. Bob: From my point of view, this looks like a terrible mistake.
  9. I’m inclined to believe that.

    1. I’m inclined to agree with her.
    2. I’m inclined to agree with Ramu or you.
  1. If you ask me.

    1. If you ask me, I would say no, don’t do that.

    2. If you ask me, living in a city is better than country or not, I would say living in the countryside have lots of advantage over living in the city.

    3. If you ask me, the writing was brilliant.

    4. If you ask me, traditional shops are better than malls.
  2. To be honest.

    1. To be honest, don’t do it.

  3. Personally speaking.

    1. Personally speaking, I think he’s mad for staying with her.
    2. Personally speaking, they need help, you have to give some money.
  4. Frankly speaking.
    1. Frankly speaking, I can’t believe you didn’t do it sooner.

  5. Some people may disagree with me, But as far as I’m concerned.

    1. Some people may disagree with me, But as far as I’m concerned I don’t care much.
  6. Although.

    1. Although it looks good, it is very costly.

  7. Even though.

    1. Even though I agree with you, I’m not sure about it.

  8. I’m confident that.

    1. I’m confident that new rules will produce lots of positive impacts.

  9. I absolutely agree that.

    1. I absolutely agree that government needs to spend more money on infrastructure development than that of sports and games.

  10. I strongly agree that.

    1. I strongly agree that people should not allow using a mobile phone while driving.

    2. I strongly agree that people should not allow smoking in public places.

    3. I strongly agree that people should not allow using a mobile phone while driving.

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