Teaching the language of giving and asking for opinions

Updated 12 March 2017

In your average CELTA or textbook-based class, the most common kind of real communication is asking students to give their opinions. Strange, then, that the average CELTA or textbook-based class doesn’t spend more time on teaching the language of giving and asking for opinions. I’m quite embarrassed that it’s taken my 16 years to realise that, but have tried to make up for it in a rush with these articles and worksheets:

Articles on teaching the language of opinions

Teaching the language of opinions – LINK FIXED

Speaking activities for the language of opinions – LINK FIXED

Worksheets

General English opinions language handouts (now divided into those that really teach the language, and those that just practise it)

Business English opinions worksheets

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