18 other ways to say “I think” in English — Saturday 11th July

  • In my opinion
  • As far as I’m concerned – This phrase is often used in a more authoritative sense.
  • I believe that…
  • I am of the opinion that…
  • It is my belief…
  • It seems to me/It appears to me
  • To my way of thinking/In my way of thinking
  • I honestly think that/ I honestly believe that…
  • I am feeling that/I feel that – This is a more personal phrase which moves from thoughts and takes them to a more emotional level. This is a good phrase to use when trying to convince someone of something.
  • I assume that – In this example, the speaker would use the phrase when they are not 100% certain of something, to assume means to carry the belief that something is correct.
  • From my point of view
  • If you ask me…
  • My thoughts on the matter are…
  • I consider…
  • As far as I can see/ as far as I can tell
  • To my mind/ In my mind
  • It is my view/It is my opinion
  • The way that I see it is…

Examples of phrases frequently used in daily English conversations — Monday 6th July

  • How are you doing today?
  • Where are you from?
  • Long time no see
  • That’s a good one
  • What’s up
  • We will be having a good time.
  • Break a leg
  • What are you up to these days
  • I can’t complain
  • Thank you so much
  • Don’t take it personally
  • Beats me!
  • I couldn’t agree more.
  • I am starving
  • That is dirt cheap
  • The scorching sun
  • It cost me a fortune
  • I am dog tired