Sunday, September 16, 2007

Lesson 35: Expression your opinion & some sentences

A few sentences that can help you understand how a person expresses his thoughts and opinion on a variety of subjects.

* There's every likelihood that the price of diesel will rise soon.

*If I were in your shoes, I'd apologise to him at once.

*You must have been frightened when you you heard the news!

*Don't worry about spilling the sherbet.

*Let me give you a suggestion.

*He wishes to return home.

*I must admit that I didn't enjoy the programme.

*In all probability we'll get the job finished on time.

*I hope you'll take this in the spirit in which it is intended but you really should have checked the boat first.

*The road was blocked. We had no option but to turn back.

*I a car accelerates, does it speed up or slow down?

*She has a very high-pitched voice, it can be a bit irritating at times.

*My bike wheel is squeaking. I'll have to put some oil on it.