Expression of asking and giving opinion.
询问和给出意见的表达

1. Giving Opinions:
给出意见

As far as I’m concerned … /In my opinion … In my view … /From my point of view … /The way I see it is (that) … /To my mind … /Well, /I reckon (that) … /I (strongly) believe (that) … /I (honestly) think (that) … /I (really) feel (that) … /Personally speaking, I believe … /As for me, I reckon … /In my opinion/In my humble opinion /I reckon/suppose /I know /May I? /If you ask me? /If I were you /To be honest /I could be wrong, but /I’m no expert, but /Personally
用任何语言都能做的最好的事情之一就是赞美某人。你可能想称赞某人所做的、他们的长相或他们拥有的东西。以下是用英语赞美他人的形式和短语。下面的例子分为恭维能力,恭维外表,恭维财产在正式和非正式的情况下。

2. Asking Opinions:
询问意见

What do you think/reckon? /do you see what I’m getting at? /Do you know/see what I mean? /Do you agree with me? /Would you go along with that? /Would you agree with me that … ? /What are your thoughts on that? /Don’t you think (that) … ?
你认为怎样?/你明白我在说什么吗?/你知道我的意思吗?/你同意我的看法吗?/你同意吗?/你同意我的看法吗?/你对此有什么看法?/你不觉得?

3. Agreeing:
同意

I (totally) agree with you / that. /I couldn’t agree more. /I’d go along with that. /I feel the same. /You’re absolutely right. /Absolutely / Definitely / Exactly. /No doubt about it. /That’s a good point. / I see your point. /I see where you’re coming from.
我完全同意你的看法。/我完全同意。/我也同意。/我也有同样的感觉。/你完全正确。/绝对地/绝对地/确切地。/毫无疑问。/这是一个很好的观点。/我明白你的意思。/我了解你的观点了。

4. Disagreeing:
不同意

I’m afraid I disagree. /I don’t agree with you / that. /I’d be inclined to disagree. /That’s not the way I see it. /I don’t think so. / I don’t feel the same.
你认为怎样?/你明白我在说什么吗?/你知道我的意思吗?/你同意我的看法吗?/你同意吗?/你同意我的看法吗?/你对此有什么看法?/你不觉得?

5. Partly agreeing:
部分同意

I see your point but … /I kind of agree with you / that. /I agree with you to an extent, however, … /You make a good point, but …
我明白你的意思,但是……/我有点同意你的看法。/不过,在某种程度上我同意你的看法,……你说得很好,但是…

Asking for and expressing opinions is something we frequently do in every day English. We will need to ask and give opinions in formal situations such as in business, in writing, both academic and informal texts, and in informal speaking.
在日常英语中,我们经常询问和表达意见。我们需要在正式场合,如商务、书面、学术和非正式文本,以及非正式演讲中提出问题和意见。

Example:
例子:

It seems to me that the government should reduce trade tariffs. (Formal) /What do you reckon to these shoes? (Informal)
在我看来,政府应该降低贸易关税。(正式的)/你认为这双鞋怎么样?(非正式)

Giving opinions can be weak or strong:
发表意见可以是弱的,也可以是强的:

Weak
语气弱的

I think…. /I don’t think… /I’m fairly certain that…. /I’m quite certain that…. /I would have thought that….
我想…。/我不认为…/我很确定…。/我很确定…。/我本以为…。

Medium
中等语气

I believe…. /I don’t doubt that…. /I feel certain that… /My impression is that…. /As I see it.. /It seems to me that… /It strikes me that…..
我相信…。/我不怀疑…。/我确信……/我的印象是…。/在我看来。。/在我看来……/我觉得…

Strong
语气强的

I’m absolutely certain that…. /I’m convinced that…. /I strongly believe that…
我绝对肯定…。/我确信…。/我坚信…

Examples:
例子

I think it’s a good movie /I don’t doubt that smoking is bad for you /I’m convinced that it’s the best decision we could make for the company
我认为这是一部好电影/我毫不怀疑吸烟对你有害/我相信这是我们能为公司做的最好的决定

Asking for an opinion:
征求意见:

What do you think about this brand, Tom? /What do you reckon to these shoes, Pam? /Mum, how do you feel about buying me a new smart phone? /What do you think about this? /Do you have any strong feelings on this, John? /Any comments, anybody? /What are your views on nuclear power?
汤姆,你觉得这个牌子怎么样?/你觉得这双鞋怎么样,帕姆?/妈妈,你觉得给我买一部新的智能手机怎么样?/你觉得这个怎么样?/约翰,你对此有什么强烈的感情吗?/有什么意见吗?/你对核能有什么看法?

Giving reasons:
给出原因:

Sometimes when we give opinions we may want to give a reason.
有时当我们发表意见时,我们可能想给出一个理由。

Firstly… /Secondly…. /One reason is…. /Another is…. /To start with…. /Added to that…. /For one thing….
首先……/其次…。/一个原因是…。/另一个是…。/首先…。/加上…。/首先…。

Example:
例子

It seems to me that weak gun laws lead to more crime. For one thing, it’s too easy to get a weapon these days.
在我看来,薄弱的枪支法会导致更多的犯罪。一方面,现在很容易弄到武器。

Interrupting:
打断

Sometimes, if we are exchanging opinions with other people we may want to interrupt them politely. /Excuse me. Can I just say….? /Could I come in here…? /Sorry to interrupt but…. /Yes, but…. /Stopping someone from interrupting you: /If you’d let me finish… /Just a minute… /Hang on…(informal)
有时,如果我们和其他人交换意见,我们可能想礼貌地打断他们。/对不起。我能说…。?/我能进来吗…?/抱歉打扰一下,但是…。/是的,但是…。/阻止别人打扰你:/如果你让我说完…/等一下…/等一下…(非正式)

Try to use some of the language to ask for and give opinions. Choose any topic such as: energy conservation, obesity in the West, marriage, the price of branded sports shoes, the dangers of the internet for children, the best Star Wars film etc.Practise with a friend or write out some dialogues like this:
试着用一些语言来征求意见。选择任何话题,例如:节能、西方肥胖、婚姻、品牌运动鞋的价格、互联网对儿童的危害、最佳星球大战电影等。与朋友一起练习或写一些这样的对话:

A: What do you think about marriage?
A: 你觉得婚姻怎么样?

B: I don’t think it’s for everyone. To start with, the cost of a wedding these days is ridiculous!
B: 我不认为这对每个人都适用。首先,这几天的婚礼费用太荒唐了!

A: Well, I don’t doubt that but I believe it’s better for society and…
A: 好吧,我不怀疑,但我相信这对社会和…

B: Sorry to interrupt but, as I see it, marriage only leads to divorce!
B: 很抱歉打断你,但在我看来,婚姻只会导致离婚!

A: Oh…!
A:噢....!

A: Ok, so as you know we have a deadline to get this work finished. How do you feel about staying late tonight?
A: 好吧,你知道我们有最后期限完成这项工作。你今晚熬夜感觉如何?

A: Any comments, Peter, Anne?
A: 有什么意见吗,彼得,安妮?

B: Well, it seems to me that we don’t have a choice.
B: 嗯,在我看来,我们别无选择。

C: I feel sure that if we get our heads down, we can finish by 6pm.
C: 我相信如果我们专心做,我们可以在下午6点前完成。

Writing letters or send emails expressing your opinion about something:
写信或发邮件表达你对某事的看法:

Dear Mr Smith,
亲爱的史密斯,

I am writing to express my concern about the proposed closure of the village bus route. I strongly believe that taking away our local bus will have serious consequences for the people who live here. To start with, many elderly residents will be unable to get to the shops and added to that, people will be more isolated than ever. I would like to know what your reaction is to this situation.
当你用英语说或写的时候,你要确保你用的单词和短语准确地描述了你在想什么。有很多方法可以做到这一点,包括使用限定符、修饰符和增强器。

Yours sincerely,
你的真挚的

Jane Brown.
简. 布朗

Giving your opinion in English
用英语表达你的意见

There are so many ways to express an opinion in English and it’s important that you use them. The way you choose to express an opinion can alter the way people think of you and look at you every day! This is especially true in British English, where we are obsessed with politeness and not being too assuming.
用英语表达意见有很多种方法,使用它们很重要。你选择表达意见的方式可以改变人们每天对你的看法和看法!这在英国英语中尤其如此,我们沉迷于礼貌而不是太假设。

In my opinion / In my humble opinion
在我看来

Probably the most basic way we have here of expressing your opinion. Using in my opinion is a great way of telling people what you think and also making sure they know that it is just your opinion.? You could use this during a debate or if you are with a group of people deciding what they should do.
也许这是我们表达你意见的最基本的方式。在我看来,这是一个很好的方式告诉人们你的想法,也确保他们知道这只是你的意见。你可以在辩论中使用这个,或者如果你和一群人一起决定他们应该做什么。

Alan: Hey Steph, what did you think of the new Terminator film?
艾伦:嗨,斯蒂芬,你觉得新的终结者电影怎么样?

Steph: Well, in my opinion, it wasn’t as good as the older ones. I didn’t find the story line believable.
斯蒂芬:嗯,在我看来,它不如旧的。我觉得故事情节不可信。

Alan: Yeah true, it was strange.
艾伦:是的,真的,很奇怪。

To add something to this phrase you can add the word humble that changes the meaning just slightly.
要在这个短语中添加一些内容,可以添加一个稍微改变意思的单词humble。

Saying in my humble opinion adds a bit of politeness to expressing your opinion. To be humble means that you act in a very reserved and careful manner so that you don’t offend people. Servants were always expected to be humble when they were working for kings and queens. It is slightly degrading and lowers your own worth, but today it is also used to be polite.
以我的拙见来说,表达你的意见增加了一点礼貌。谦虚意味着你以一种非常保守和谨慎的方式行事,这样你就不会冒犯别人。当仆人为国王和王后工作时,人们总是期望他们谦卑。这有点丢人,降低了你自己的价值,但今天它也被用来礼貌。

Alan: So you really didn’t like the movie then? That’s a shame.
艾伦:那你真的不喜欢那部电影吗?真可惜。

Steph: No, I just thought it was nowhere near the old films. But that’s just my humble opinion!
斯蒂芬:不,我只是觉得它离老电影很远。但这只是我的拙见!

Use these with new English acquaintances to impress your friends with how polite you are!
和新认识的英国人一起用这些来打动你的朋友你有多礼貌!

I reckon / I suppose
我认为

These are ways to express opinion with a slight sense of uncertainty as well.
这些都是表达观点的方式,同时也带有一点不确定性。

Using I reckon in a sentence is primarily reserved for British English and southern US English. It’s a very personal thing to say and because of that it implies that the opinion is not an expert one. It is simply that person’s view. I reckon is also slightly colloquial and probably best reserved for informal situations. You definitely wouldn’t use it in formal academic writing!
我认为一个句子主要是为英国英语和美国南部英语保留的。这是一个非常私人的事情说,因为这意味着意见不是一个专家。只是那个人的观点。我认为这也有点口语化,最好是针对非正式场合。你绝对不会在正式的学术写作中使用它!

Wayne: Ron, what do you think of United this season?
韦恩:罗恩,你觉得曼联这个赛季怎么样?

Ron: I don’t know, I reckon we could be in for a tough season.
罗恩:我不知道,我想我们会度过一个艰难的赛季。

Wayne: Who knows. It will be interesting for sure.
韦恩:谁知道呢。肯定会很有趣的。

Then we have I suppose which is the formal counterpart of I reckon. It means the same thing but is more commonly used due to its formality. It is also used to suggest something that you could do or change.
那么我们有了,我想这是我所认为的形式上的对应。它的意思是一样的,但由于它的形式而更常用。它也被用来暗示你可以做或改变的事情。

Rita: Jonas, come on, what can we do today? I’m bored.
丽塔:乔纳斯,来吧,我们今天能做什么?我很无聊。

Jonas: I don’t know Rita, what do you want to do?
乔纳斯:我不认识丽塔,你想做什么?

Rita: Well, why don’t we go to the park?
丽塔:那我们为什么不去公园呢?

Jonas: Yeah, I suppose we could do that. But remember it is going to rain later.
乔纳斯:是的,我想我们可以这样做。但记住,以后会下雨的。

Rita: But I’m so bored!
丽塔:但我太无聊了!

When in doubt, go for suppose. It’s the most common version of these two phrases!
当有疑问时,不妨假设一下。这是这两个短语最常见的版本!

I know
我知道

Now we move onto a more direct expression of opinion. When you say I know, you are certain your opinion is correct and true. This can be used to dramatic effect during a debate or an argument that you feel passionately about. Bear in mind though, as we looked at with in my humble opinion, This phrase can be regarded as impolite because you are effectively saying something with 100 percent certainty. You don’t think there is any chance of being wrong.
现在我们开始更直接地表达意见。当你说我知道的时候,你肯定你的观点是正确和真实的。这可以在辩论或争论中起到戏剧性的作用,你对此充满激情。不过,请记住,正如我们以我的拙见看的那样,这句话可以被视为不礼貌,因为你实际上是百分之百肯定地说了一些话。你不认为有错的可能。

Take a look:
看一下:

Andrew: Tim, why were you shouting at Amber earlier?
安德鲁:蒂姆,你刚才为什么对安伯大喊大叫?

Tim: Oh, it was just silly, she was lying to me.
蒂姆:哦,太傻了,她在骗我。

Andrew: Really?
安德鲁:真的吗?

Tim: Yeah, she denied it but I know she is not telling the truth.
蒂姆:是的,她否认了,但我知道她说的不是实话。

Andrew: Well, she might be telling the truth Tim, be fair.
安德鲁:嗯,她可能说的是实话,蒂姆,说得公平点。

Tim: No, you don’t understand. I know that she is lying to me! I just know it!
蒂姆:不,你不明白。我知道她在骗我!我就知道!

Make sure you are absolutely sure of yourself with this one! May I? This is a very formal but very useful phrase to use in expressing your opinion.
一定要确定你对这个绝对有把握!我可以吗?这是一个非常正式但非常有用的短语来表达你的意见。

By asking may I? you are effectively asking for permission to join the conversation or debate. It’s especially used if you are listening to two people arguing that you don’t know very well or if the situation is nothing to do with you. It’s difficult to explain, so let’s look at an example:
问我可以吗?你实际上是在请求允许加入对话或辩论。如果你听两个人说你不太清楚,或者情况与你无关,它就特别有用。很难解释,让我们看一个例子:

Peter: James, you’re being ridiculous. We always eat pizza on Friday night.
彼得:詹姆斯,你太可笑了。我们星期五晚上总是吃披萨。

James: So what? I want to try Indian food tonight!
詹姆斯:那又怎样?今晚我想尝尝印度菜!

Ken: Um, guys, may I?
肯:嗯,伙计们,我可以吗?

Peter: Go ahead.
彼得:吃吧。

James: Of course.
詹姆斯:当然。

Ken: Well I was just thinking, why don’t we have one type of food tonight and the other tomorrow to make sure you’re both happy.
肯:嗯,我只是在想,我们今晚吃一种,明天吃另一种,好让你们俩都开心。

Peter: Yeah, maybe.
彼得:是的,也许吧。

James: That is a good idea, I must admit.
詹姆斯:我得承认,这是个好主意。

As mentioned above, it is very formal but it allows you the chance to say what you think without the extra problem of being uninvited! If you ask me. This is similar to asking may I? but with this phrase you are directly entering the conversation, not necessarily with permission from this in an argument or debate. Think of it literally, you’re saying if somebody wants to know what I think, this is it.? A common retort to this phrase, if your opinion is unwanted would be nobody asked you.
如前所述,这是非常正式的,但它让你有机会说你的想法,而没有额外的问题,不请自来!如果你问我。这类似于问我可以吗?但用这句话,你是直接进入对话,不一定要在辩论或辩论中得到许可。仔细想想,你是说如果有人想知道我的想法,就这样。一个常见的反驳这个短语,如果你的意见是不受欢迎的,将没有人问你。

Take a look:
我们看一下:

Emma: If we leave at four o’clock tomorrow then we should get there in plenty of time.
艾玛:如果我们明天四点钟离开,我们应该有足够的时间到那里。

Tony: No, I think we should leave earlier than that.
托尼:不,我想我们应该早点走。

Verity: If you ask me, we should just go by plane. That would me much better!
如果你问我,我们应该坐飞机去。那会让我好多了!

Emma: Nobody asked you, Verity!
艾玛:没人问你,薇蒂!

Of course, it us unusual to hear nobody asked you as it is quite rude, but be prepared to hear it a couple of times as saying if you ask me can sound quite direct depending on the context. If I were you. This is a good phrase for giving advice as well as expressing your opinion. It should only be used in an informal context. Here, you are putting yourself in the shoes of the person to whom you are speaking. It’s very useful because you are not directly telling them what to do, but simply saying what you would do if you were in the same situation.
当然,我们很少听到有人问你,因为这是很粗鲁的,但要准备好听几次,说如果你问我可以听起来很直接取决于上下文。如果我是你。这是一个很好的表达意见和建议的短语。只能在非正式场合使用。在这里,你是在设身处地地为你的谈话对象着想。这是非常有用的,因为你不是直接告诉他们该做什么,而是简单地说如果你处于同样的情况下你会做什么。

Jenny: I don’t know what to do. I want to go to the disco but I have a test tomorrow. I should probably study.
珍妮:我不知道该怎么办。我想去迪斯科舞厅,但我明天要考试。我应该好好学习。

Tom: That’s a tough one, what class is the test?
汤姆:那很难,考试是什么课?

Jenny: It’s maths.
珍妮:是数学。

Tom: I’ve heard that test is really easy. If I were you, I would go to the disco.
汤姆:我听说考试很容易。如果我是你,我会去迪斯科舞厅。

In using this diplomatic phrase, you might get some very good results! To be honest. This is a very common phrase in English and is a nice one to use in all different types of conversation. Start using this in your speech today! The cool thing about this phrase is that you can use it formally or informally in many situations. It is also neither assuming nor direct. Just think about it logically, it means that you are making an extra connection with your listener by at least saying you are going to speak honestly. Maybe you are talking about a sensitive subject or a problem and this phrase will be employed to cut through the unspoken information.
在使用这个外交辞令时,你可能会得到一些非常好的结果!说实话。这是英语中非常常见的一个短语,在所有不同类型的会话中都很好地使用。从今天的演讲开始!这个短语最酷的地方在于,你可以在很多情况下正式或非正式地使用它。它也不是假设的,也不是直接的。从逻辑上想一想,这意味着你至少说你要诚实地说话,从而与你的听众建立了额外的联系。也许你在谈论一个敏感的话题或者一个问题,这个短语将被用来切掉那些未说出口的信息。

Take a look:
看一下:

Ben: Did you see the election result? How fantastic!
本:你看到选举结果了吗?太棒了!

Nina: Oh really? No I didn’t see it.
尼娜:哦,真的吗?不,我没看到。

Ben: Oh okay, it was all over the news!
本:哦,好吧,全是新闻!

Nina: Yeah but to be honest, I don’t really like politics.
妮娜:是的,但老实说,我不太喜欢政治。

Ben: Fair enough!
本:够公平的!

To be honest, this is probably the best phrase on the list!
老实说,这可能是名单上最好的一句话!

I could be wrong, but
我可能错了,但是

This another phrase you can use to be humble.
这是你可以用来谦虚的另一个短语。

It’s also slightly false in its construction. What you are doing here is inviting your listener to tell you that you are wrong and also admitting that it’s possible (perhaps likely) that you are wrong. It takes pressure off of you in a conversation. Of course, normally, you don’t actually think you are wrong but by admitting it’s possible you are making yourself more humble.
它的结构也有点错误。你在这里做的是邀请你的听众告诉你你错了,同时也承认你可能(可能)错了。在谈话中它能减轻你的压力。当然,通常情况下,你不会真的认为自己错了,但承认自己可能让自己变得更谦虚。

Here’s an example:
下面是一个例子:

Perry: I can’t believe that it’s Glen’s birthday tomorrow! I need to get him a present!
佩里:真不敢相信明天是格伦的生日!我要给他买件礼物!

Tina: I could be wrong, but isn’t it the 25th tomorrow?
蒂娜:我可能错了,但不是明天25号吗?

Perry: Yeah it is!
佩里:是的!

Tina: Glen’s birthday isn’t until the 26th, you have a bit more time to go!
蒂娜:格伦的生日要到26号,你还有点时间呢!

Perry: Phew! That’s a relief.
佩里:呸!这是一种解脱。

This is best suited to formal situations but can also be used in informal ones. A very useful phrase! I’m no expert, but. This is similar to I could be wrong but it is usually used for more extensive debates. It could also be used sarcastically for a humorous effect:
这最适合正式场合,但也可用于非正式场合。一个非常有用的短语!我不是专家,但是。这类似于我可能错了,但它通常用于更广泛的辩论。它也可以用来讽刺幽默的效果:

Nancy: I’m having real trouble reading this book, Ed, my vision is getting worse and worse.
南希:我真的很难读这本书,艾德,我的视力越来越差了。

Ed: I’m no expert, but wouldn’t it help to see if you put your glasses on?
艾德:我不是专家,但你戴上眼镜会不会有帮助?

Nancy: Very funny, but yes you are probably right. I just don’t like wearing them!
南希:很有趣,但是的,你可能是对的。我就是不喜欢穿!

Using this humorously, you’re making a joke about the situation. In the example above, You don’t actually need to be an expert to know that if you need glasses, then wearing them makes it easier to see things. In a serious way, you invite the other party in the conversation to tell you their expertise on the subject at hand. Whenever you use I’m no expert, but it is usually followed by a question directly aimed at either the person or the issue.
幽默地使用这个,你是在开玩笑。在上面的例子中,你并不需要成为一个专家来知道如果你需要眼镜,那么戴上眼镜会让你更容易看到东西。以一种严肃的方式,你邀请谈话的另一方告诉你他们在这个问题上的专长。每当你使用我不是专家,但它通常是一个问题直接针对人或问题。

Have a look:
看一下:

Pete: Hi Barry, how’s it going?
嗨,巴里,怎么样?

Barry: Not too bad, thanks Pete, how about you?
巴里:还不错,谢谢皮特,你呢?

Pete: I’m great! I’ve just gotten back from owl-watching.
皮特:我很好!我刚从猫头鹰的监视下回来。

Barry: Owl-watching? But it’s 12 o’clock in the afternoon!
巴里:猫头鹰在看?但现在是下午12点!

Pete: Yes, what’s the problem with that?
皮特:是的,有什么问题吗?

Barry: Well, I’m no expert, but don’t owls come out at night?
巴里:嗯,我不是专家,但是猫头鹰晚上不出来吗?

Pete: Actually, there are lots of owls that come out in the day as well.
皮特:事实上,白天也有很多猫头鹰出来。

Barry: How interesting!
巴里:真有趣!

You can also change this phrase to a statement by saying well, you’re the expert! Personally. This is a useful phrase to distinguish your opinion from a group of people who might think differently than you. This is particularly good to use if you don’t agree with a decision that your group has made. Politicians often use this phrase when their party has made a collective decision which they are planning to oppose.
你也可以把这句话改成一句话:好吧,你是专家!就我个人而言。这是一个有用的短语,用来区别你的观点和一群可能与你想法不同的人。如果你不同意你的团队所做的决定,这是特别好用的。政客们经常在他们的政党做出了他们计划反对的集体决定时使用这个短语。

For example:
例如:

Murray: So, Emily your party has voted against raising wages, what do you think of that?
默里:那么,你的政党艾米莉投票反对提高工资,你怎么看?

Emily: Well, I respect their decision but I do not necessarily agree with it. I have very different views on this issue.
嗯,我尊重他们的决定,但我不一定同意。我对这个问题有不同的看法。

Murray: What do you mean?
默里:你什么意思?

Emily: Well, personally I think people work very hard for their money and I think they deserve even more than they get at the moment.
艾米莉:就个人而言,我认为人们为了钱而努力工作,我认为他们应该得到比现在更多的东西。

Murray: Interesting, that’s very different to your party’s view.
穆雷:有意思,这和你们党的观点很不一样。

Emily: Well, as I said, this is my personal view and I cannot change that.
艾米莉:嗯,正如我所说,这是我个人的看法,我不能改变。

In other situations, you can use this to politely disagree with friends when they are making plans or having a discussion about something. It’s a really good way to state a strong opinion without being judged to harshly. By saying personally, you take total responsibility for the opinion.
在其他情况下,你可以在朋友制定计划或讨论某件事情时,用这个来礼貌地与他们产生分歧。这是一个很好的方式来表达一个强烈的意见,而不被评判为严厉。你个人说,你要对这个意见负全部责任。

Dave: So, it’s agreed, we will go to the cinema and then we will eat at the Italian restaurant next door?
戴夫:那么,我们说好了,我们去看电影,然后在隔壁的意大利餐馆吃饭?

Tony: That sounds good to me! Charlotte, you are very quiet today, what’s wrong?
托尼:听起来不错!夏洛特,你今天很安静,怎么了?

Charlotte: Well, personally I would rather go bowling. But nobody asked my opinion.
夏洛特:就我个人而言,我宁愿去打保龄球。但没人问我的意见。

Dave: You should have said! We can do that as well if you want?
戴夫:你应该说的!如果你愿意我们也可以这样做?

Tony: Yeah, we could go bowling, then go to the cinema and then go to the Italian restaurant. How does that sound?
托尼:是的,我们可以去打保龄球,然后去电影院,然后去意大利餐厅。听起来怎么样?

Charlotte: That sounds perfect!
夏洛特:听起来太棒了!

Hopefully when you use this phrase it will go as well as the example above! So, that is your comprehensive guide to expressing an opinion effectively and politely! Personally, I think it went really well. I know that it is a lot of information but if you ask me, it is all very useful and will help you to speak better English.
希望当你使用这个短语时,它会像上面的例子一样好!所以,这是你有效和礼貌地表达意见的全面指南!就我个人而言,我认为进展非常顺利。我知道这是很多信息,但如果你问我,这都是非常有用的,将有助于你说更好的英语。

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