Student or Learner
- From my point of view, driving is not a good option. I get very tired if I drive more than about two hours. (How the speaker is personally affected by something.)
- In my opinion/In my view, in 100 years’ time people will still be wearing jeans. (A general opinion about the clothes people will be wearing in 100 years’ time.)
Does it really weird to say this:
- In my opinion/In my view/I think, driving is not a good option. I get very tired if I drive more than about two hours.
I would use "In my opinion" in that context though "In my view" is not wrong. I find "From my point of view" a little unnatural there though I can't say it's actually wrong.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.