Wow! Can you believe this is our fourth lesson already! One month has already passed! I hope everyone is enjoying the semester.
How to Disagree (Refuting Opinions)
At the beginning of today's lesson, we learned different ways to disagree with opinions.
When you hear an opinion, and you want to diagree, there are two ways you can diagree. You can say the opinion is not true or it is not important.
When it is not true, you choose one of these three ways to show disagreement:
a. This is not true because...
b. This is not always true because...
c. This is not necessarily true because...
When the opinion is not important, you can choose one of these three ways to express your disagreement:
a. This is not relvant because...
b. This is not significant because...
c. This is easy to solve because...
In next week's lesson, we'll review these expressions. You'll be using these a lot when we start our debates in November/December.
Blog Question #4:
When you were a child, what was your dream? Has your dream changed? (If yes, what is your dream now?)
* Write 12-15 sentences.
* Use capital letters, punctuation and spelling correctly.
* Submit by Monday, October 26 by 6:00pm.