无论是生活还是工作中，交谈时经常有人会询问我们的意见或者看法。只会用“I think”或是“in my opinion”？其实英语中还有很多其他常见表达方式，快快学起来吧！
1. I think
This is the most common and general way of giving an opinion. You can use it both informally and formally
I think if you offer a consistently good service to your clients， they will keep coming back to you.
This is a more informal way of giving your opinion：
I reckon it will be much faster to get to London by train.
3. In my opinion （4） In my view
These expressions are more formal and are often used when talking about important issues
In my opinion， the Bank of England should not raise interest rates this year.
In my view， they made a huge mistake in not selling the company when they had the chance.
5. It seems to me （6） All things considered
When you’ve thought about a situation carefully you could use either of these two expressions.
It seems to me that they are spending more money than they need to to attract new talent into the company.
All things considered， I think we made a wise choice in recruiting James.
7. If you ask me
This is used when your opinion is critical. Sometimes， people say this even when their opinion hasn’t been asked for！
–“If you ask me，…。.”
–“But I didn’t ask you…。！”
If you ask me， she has spoilt her children far too much.
8. To be honest （9） To tell you the truth （10） To be frank
All three expressions are a way of giving your opinion when you know that people may not like what you have to say
To tell you the truth， your father was right when he said that you undersold the company.
To be honest， I preferred it when you were blonde.
To be frank， I thought her acting was simply terrible.
11. Frankly speaking
You would use this expression to give your opinion in a more familiar and forthright way.
Frankly speaking， I don’t know what she sees in him.
This is used to emphasize that you are giving your own opinion
Personally， I think the CEO should apologize for his appalling behavior at the shareholders meeting.
13. To my mind （14） As far as I’m concerned
When you realize that other people may not agree with you， you would use either of these expressions
To my mind， private education is better than state education.
As far as I’m concerned， tennis is a much more interesting sport than football.
So there you have it！ You have 14 ways to give your opinion in English. Which expressions are you likely to use？