Day 60-Spoken English to teachers -Asking -Giving Opinion-Agreeing-Disagreeing for an opinion

Day 60-Spoken English to teachers -Asking -Giving Opinion-Agreeing-Disagreeing for an opinion

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SPOKEN ENGLISH DAY-60(27-5-2016)

ASKING & GIVING OPINION
1. Opinion includes the words of opinion and argument/ reasons.
2. Opinion dialogue is a dialog consists of two persons or more who have opinion each others. It can use the expressions, such as in my opinion, in my view, I think etc.
3. Argument dialogue is a dialog that states the arguments or reasons. It can use the words such as first, second etc for arranging arguments.

Asking opinion:
Formal :
- Have you got any comments on …..
- Do you have any idea?
- Do you have any opinion on ……
- - Would you give me your opinion on……….?
- What is your reaction to ……
- What is your opinion about……….?
- What are you feeling about………….?
- What are your views on……….?
- Please give me your frank opinion?

Informal:
- What do you think of…….?
- What do you think about………?
- What is your opinion?
- Why do they behave like that?
- Do you think it’s going?
- How do you like?
- How was the trip?
- How do you think of Rina’s idea ?
- How do you feel about this dicition?

Giving opinion
Formal
- I personally believe …..
- I personally consider ….
- I personally think /feel ….
- I hold the opinion ….
- My own view of the matter is ……
- Well, personally …….
- If I had my view, I would …..

Informal
- I think I like it.
- I don’t think I care for it.
- I think it’s good/nice/terrific……..
- I think that awful/ not nice/ terrible…………
- I don’t think much of it.
- I think that……..
- In my opinion, I would rather……….
- In my case …..
- What I’m more concerned with ….
- What I have in my mind is………
- The way I see is that…………
- No everyone will agree with me, but ….
- To my mind …..
- From my point of view ….

AGREEING AND DISAGREEING FOR AN OPINION
Agreeing
- Yes, I agree with John.
- Yes, I think that’s a good point.
- I’ll go along with that.
- I agree…
- I am with you…
- I think so…
- It certainly is…
- That is what I was thinking.
 - I am of the same opinion

Disagreeing
- Yes, I agree with John.
- Yes, I think that’s a good point.
- I’ll go along with that.
- I agree…
- I am with you…
- I think so…
- It certainly is…
- That is what I was thinking.
- I am of the same opinion
- I’m sorry, but I can’t agree with John.

Note:
1. Informal Expressions are used in a situation where you are talking between friends or close friends. The expressions usually respond to something that you discuss in an informal situation.
2. Formal Expressions are used in a situation where you are talking in a formal situation, such as in the office or school between the teacher and students

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