"To me, it's OK." "For me, it's OK." "As for me, it's OK." If you are not sure what the difference between "to me," "for me" and "as for me" is in the sentences above, read on...
Challenge your student in class and get them thinking about everyone's concerns. The materials are perfect for online teachers and students.
What words are there to agree and disagree with someone or something? What's the difference between "agree with" and "agree on?" In this post we'll answer these questions and teach you useful vocabulary for any time you discuss something and need to advocate your point of view.
Which words do you use talking about your opinion? Chances are that "I think" is a phrase which oftentimes helps you to start. It's perfectly OK, but there so many other good options!