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May 25, 2021

Hi everyone, welcome back to another episode of The Art of Business English. Today I am here to help you learn some commonly used expressions for giving opinions.

Gaining confidence in English is all about using your English and giving opinions is one of the best ways to engage people in conversation. Furthermore, this skill set it essential if you are participating in meetings at work.

If you struggle in meetings, are not sure what to say, and get frustrated by not being able to express your opinions clearly, then today’s episode is just for you.

As usual, I will introduce the expression and then give you some context around how to use it and then finish up with an example sentence.

Let’s dive in.