domingo, 3 de mayo de 2015

Phrases to politely oppose a viewpoint. (part IV)

When you want to express a different opinion or experience without offending the other person use the phrases below.

  • I see what you mean, but I think ___.
  • In my experience ___.
  • For me ___. (talk about an opposing experience)

Example 1:

Max: “I went to DelPino’s Restaurant, but I didn’t like it.”
Jane: “In my experience it was great. What was wrong with your dinner?”

Example 2:

Sue: “I love going to the Caribbean for winter vacation.”
Joe: “For me, going to the mountains is so much more fun.”

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