Asking for Opinions- Key Words and Phrases Brainstorming

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Intermediate
Grammar Topic: Vocabulary
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Published: 13th Aug 2012

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Asking for Opinions- Key Words and Phrases Brainstorming

How many ways of asking for someone’s opinion can you think of?

Brainstorm suitable language for asking for opinions using these key words (you might 
sometimes want to or need to change the grammar of the words):
Opinion
Think
View
Feel
Thought

Compare with the phrases under the line.

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In your (honest) opinion,…?
Do you agree with the opinion that…?
Do you have an opinion on…?
Do you have any opinions on…?
Please tell me your opinion on…

What do you think about…?
Do you (also) think that…?

Do you have any views on…?
Do you share my view that…?
Do you share the view that…?
From your point of view,…?
I’d be interested to hear your views on…
I’d like to hear your views on…
Many people think… What’s your view?
What are your views on…?

How do you feel about…?
What are your feelings about…?
Do you feel that…?

(Do you have) any thoughts on…?
Can you give me your thoughts on…?
What are your (first) thoughts on…?

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2012

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