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Expressing an Opinion

Students practice expressing opinions in spoken English. They also practice responding to opinions and asking for opinions. Includes listening practice and an assessment task.

Vocabulary
  • I think
  • I believe
  • In my opinion...
  • I couldn't agree with you more
  • That's true
  • but...
  • I'm not so sure about that
  • opinionated
  • open-minded
Grammar
  • modals (should)
PDF Content
  • warm-up
  • dialogues
  • speaking practice
  • grammar review
  • assessment tasks
Task Content
  • Let's Learn!(Reference)
  • Warm-Up(Reference)
  • Usage Note(Reference)
  • Dialogue 1(Dialogue)
  • Dialogue 2(Dialogue)
  • Dialogue 3(Dialogue)
  • Group Activity A(Reference)
  • Word Stress(Reference)
  • Sentence Starters(Reference)
  • Asking for Opinions(Reference)
  • Agreeing & Disagreeing with Opinions(Reference)
  • Grammar Review: Modals(Reference)
  • Group Activity B(Reference)
  • Complete the Sentences(Multiple-Choice)
  • Review(Open-Ended Questions)
  • Assessment A: Listen & Answer (Video)(Multiple-Choice)
  • Assessment B: Speaking(Speaking Task)