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"Функциональные речевые единства для ведения дискуссии"

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Функциональные речевые единства

для ведения дискуссии

  1. Giving an opinion

I think …

I believe …

In my opinion …

As far as I am concerned , …

As I see it, …

Personally, I think …

I seems to me …

  1. Asking about agreement

Do you agree?

Don’t you agree?

Wouldn’t you agree?

Don’t you think so?

  1. Agreeing

That’s right.

You’re right.

I think so too.

That’s a good point.

I agree with you.

I definitely agree.

I completely agree with you.

I couldn’t agree with you more.

  1. Disagreeing

I don’t think so.

That’s not how I see it.

I don’t really agree with you.

I’m afraid I can’t agree with you.

I’m not sure I quite agree with you.

Yes, that may be true, but …

Well, you have a point there, but …

I can see your point, but …

I see what you mean, but …

  1. Stating a fact

Everyone knows that …

It’s a fact that …

  1. Refuting

Actually, …

In fact, …

As matter of fact, …

Well, I’m not really sure that’s correct.

Are you sure that’s right?

Isn’t it true that …

  1. Asking for examples

For example?

For instance?

Such us?

Could you give me an example?

  1. Giving examples

Let me give you an example.

To give you an example, …

For example, …

For instance, …

  1. Asking for clarification

What do you mean?

What does … mean?

What do you mean by …?

I’m sorry, but I didn’t follow you.

Could you, please, explain/repeat what you said/

I’m not sure what you mean.

Sorry, but I don’t understand/see what you mean.

  1. Clarifying

I mean …

In other words, …

What I mean is that …

The point I’m trying to make is …

  1. Paraphrasing

I think he/she means …

What he/she means is that …

In other words, he/she means …

I think his/her point is that …

  1. Asking for further information

Would you mind explaining that a little more, please/

Could you tell us more about that?

Could you, please, explain that in a little more detail?

Could you be more specific?

  1. Getting a point into the discussion

I have a suggestion/point I’d like to make.

I have a question I’d like to ask.

May I ask a question?

May I add something here?

May I make a suggestion?

  1. Avoiding answering

I’m afraid I don’t know.

I’m afraid I can’t answer your question.

Frankly, I don’t really know.

I can’t really say.

It’s difficult/impossible to say.

  1. Correcting yourself

Actually, that’s not what I said/meant.

I’m afraid you misunderstood me.

You must have misunderstood me.

Actually, what I said/meant was …

  1. Asking about alternatives

What other alternatives can you think of?

do you see?

Are there?

Are there any other possibilities?

  1. Expressing possibility

Perhaps …

May be …

It’s possible that …

  1. Returning to the subject

Yes, that an interesting idea , but it raises a different point. Could we come back to it a bit later.

That’s a good idea. Let’s come back to it later once we’ve finished a discussing …

I think that’s a point worth discussing. However, let’s see if anyone has anything to add here before we move on to a different subject.

That’s an interesting point, but perhaps it’s a bit off the subject. We’re discussing …

  1. Persuading

You must admit that …

You have to agree that …

Don’t forget that …

Let’s not forget that …

Don’t you agree/think that …

  1. Counterarguing

Even so, …

But still, …

Still, …

Nevertheless, …

But then again, …

All the same, …

In any case, …

Anyway, …

Even if that is true, …

Even if that is so, …

  1. Conceding

Yes, I’ll go along with that.

I’ll agree with you there

I’m willing to go along with you.

In that case, …

Well, you’ve convinced me.

  1. Summarizing

Let’s summarize what we’ve decided/agreed on so far.

Do you agree that …?

Then we agree that …?

So far, we’ve decided/agreed that …

In conclusion/summary …

To summarize/conclude …

























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