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Real Spoken English Expression with Meaning in Daily Life –9

Real spoken English expression with meaning in Daily Life –3

10 Phrases for Asking for Information

  1. Can you tell me…?
  2. Could you tell me…?
  3. I’d like to know…
  4. Do you know…?
  5. Do you have any idea…?
  6. Could anyone tell me…?



Real spoken English expression with meaning in Daily Life –3

10 Phrases for Asking for Information

  1. Can you tell me…?
  2. Could you tell me…?
  3. I’d like to know…
  4. Do you know…?
  5. Do you have any idea…?
  6. Could anyone tell me…?
(Use this phrase when asking a group of people)
  1. Would you happen to know…?
  2. I don’t suppose you (would) know…?
  3. I was wondering…
  4. I’m calling to find out…
(Use this phrase on the telephone)
Use #4, #5, #7, and #8 when you’re not sure if the other person has the information.

5 Ways to Say “I don’t know”

  1. I have no idea/clue.
  2. I can’t help you there.
  3. (Informal) Beats me.
  4. I’m not really sure.
  5. I’ve been wondering that, too.

10 Phrases for Asking for Someone’s  Opinion & Giving Your Opinion

  1. What do you think about…?
  2. How do you feel about…?
  3. What’s your opinion of…?
  4. What are your views on…?
  5. in my opinion…
  6. I’d say…
  7. Personally, I think/believe…
  8. If you ask me…
  9. The way I see it…
  10. from my point of view…

5 Phrases for Not Having an Opinion

  1. I’ve never given it much thought.
  2. I don’t have strong feelings either way.
  3. It doesn’t make any difference to me.
  4. I have no opinion on the matter.
  5. (Very informal) whatever.

10 Phrases for Agreeing

  1. Exactly.
  2. Absolutely.
  3. That’s so true.
  4. That’s for sure.
  5. I agree 100%
  6. I couldn’t agree with you more.
  7. That’s exactly what I think. / That’s exactly how I feel.
  8. (Informal) Tell me about it! / You’re telling me!
  9. (Informal) I’ll say!
  10. I suppose so.
(Use this phrase for weak agreement – you agree, but reluctantly)

Note: Avoid the common error of saying “I’m agree” – the correct phrase is “I agree” or

“I’m in agreement” – the second one is more formal.


10 Phrases for Disagreeing

  1. I don’t think so.
  2. I beg to differ.
  3. I’m afraid I don’t agree.
  4. I’m not so sure about that.
  5. That’s not how I see it.
  6. Not necessarily.
  7. Yes, but… [Say your opinion]
  8. On the contrary.
  9. (Very informal) No way!
  10. (Very strong) I totally disagree.

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