Preguntas para conocer la opinión de alguien en inglés: frases útiles

Preguntas para conocer la opinión de alguien en inglés; En esta lección aprenderemos algunas expresiones útiles para preguntar por la opinión de alguien en inglés.

Frases de preguntas para conocer la opinión de alguien en inglés

Expresiones Cómo se usa
What do you think of…?Van seguidas de un sustantivo o un verbo en gerundio (-ing)

 

Estas son frases generales para pedir una opinión. Podemos usarlos tanto formal como informalmente
What do you think about…? 
How do you feel (about)…?Estas frases son más informales. Usamos sustantivo o gerundio (-ing) después de
What do you reckon (about)…?“about”
What’s your opinion of…? 
(What do you think about) that…?Se usa después de otra oración
What are your views on…?Más formales. Se utilizan en reuniones de negocios, y puedes
Where do you stand (on…)?escucharlos en entrevistas en las noticias
What would you say to… /if we…?To + sustantivo/gerundio (verb-ing)

if we + sujeto + pasado simple del verbo

Pide la opinión de la otra persona sobre una idea o una propuesta
Are you aware of….? Forma indirecta de pedir una opinión. Preguntamos a la persona si sabe sobre la situación y si tiene su propia opinión

Otras formas de preguntar por la opinión de alguien en inglés

Podemos preguntar por la opinión pasada de una persona, o lo que una persona pensaba en el pasado.

What do you think about the movie last night?

What did you think about the war when you were younger? How did it affect you?

Podemos usar preguntas “si” o “no” para pedir más información.

Do you think that…?

Do you feel that…?

También podemos usar preguntas cortas para pedir la opinión de una persona cuando la persona ya conoce el tema.

This restaurant is good. The food is great. Many people come here to eat. What do you think? / What’s your opinion?

We think that the taxes on these items are too high. What’s your opinion? / How do you feel about that?

 

También podemos usar preguntas “si” o “no” que utilicen las palabras “agree” o “disagree”

Do you agree that we should hire more workers?

Do you disagree that the country needs to provide more budget for free university?

Ejercicios de Preguntas para conocer la opinión de alguien en inglés

Elige la mejor respuesta.

What do you think of _____? (going back to school?)

a.going back to school
b. go back to school
c. to go back to school

What would you say if ________? (the teacher gave us a surprise exam?)

a.the teacher gives us a surprise exam
b.the teacher will give us a surprise exam
c.the teacher gave us a surprise exam

What do you think about ________? (putting the plan into action?)

a.putting the plan into action
b.to put the plan into action
c.put the plan into action

What would you say to ______________? (joining the mountain climbing club?)

a.joining the mountain climbing club
b.we join the mountain climbing club
c.joined the mountain climbing club

What are your views on ___________? (the resignation of our manager?)

a.the resignation of our manager
b.resigning of our manager
c.about the resignation of our manager

What would the people say if ________? (the election were postponed?)

a.the election is postponed?
b.the election were postponed?
c.the election will be postponed?

Where do you stand on _____________? (dividing the country into two: the north and the south?)

a.dividing the country into two: the north and the south?
b.to divide the country into two: the north and the south?
c.divided the country into two: the north and the south?)

Ejercicio de comunicación de preguntas para conocer la opinión de alguien en inglés

  1. People these days are too dependent on medicines.
  2. Health should be everyone’s main concern.
  3. Obesity is a disease.
  4. Police officers should not carry guns.
  5. Men are way smarter than women.
  6. If you don’t feel well, you should immediately see a doctor.
  7. Without rules and regulations, life would be better.
  8. Rich people should pay more tax to help the poor.
  9. The government has the right to monitor all our emails and phone calls.
  10. If you worry about cancer, it can give you cancer.