Expressions which mean I think...

Hi teachers :smiley:

I have found a few expressions which can replace the phrase “I think”, here are they:

In my book
To my mind
For my money
In my point of view/viewpoint

Could you share me some more expressions which mean similiar to “I think” ?

Thanks in advance


Hi Jupiter

First a small correction:
When you use the word point, you need the preposition from.

Here are some more phrases that can be used to give an opinion:

  • In my view [size=92](not viewpoint!)[/size]
  • To my way of thinking
  • In my opinion
  • As I see it
  • It seems to me (that)
  • I’d say (that)
  • There’s no doubt in my mind (that)
  • I’m absolutely convinced (that)

Of course, the last two phrases indicate a much stronger opinion than others. The others introduce an opinion in a more “neutral” way. :wink:


You could also say “My two cents is (that)…”

“My two cents” = my (humble) opinion.

This is frequently used to soften an opinion.


Hi Amy :smiley:

Thanks a lot for your two cents but you know it’s worth more than $2,000,000 from my point of view :wink:

Thanks again