Give your opinion or idea
Make a comment
To express an opinion about someone or something
My girlfriend always comments on what I wear.
Make a comment
They made helpful comments on my work.
To say or write a comment about someone or something
He remarked that the book was disappointing.
Make a remark
They made a number of rude remarks about the restaurant.
To make a comment about someone or something
He observed that it was getting late.
Express an opinion
To tell or show a feeling, opinion, aim, etc. by words, looks or actions
I was afraid to express my opinions.
To express an opinion on something
Her doctor said that she should eat more vegetables.
To express your opinions or ideas in carefully chosen words
It took me a while to formulate an answer.
To mention something because it is important or interesting
It’s worth noting that the president gave no reason for his decision.
To publicly say your opinions
To publicly say your opinions in a way that takes courage, especially in order to protest against or defend something
Some students who had spoken out against the government were arrested.
To publicly express your opinions
The workers should get a chance to air their views.
To say your opinions or feelings about a particular subject
The parents are going to voice concern about their children’s safety.
To express your opinions strongly and rather rudely without being asked
These students always sound off about politics.
To offer an idea, opinion, reason, etc. for other people to consider or discuss
I encouraged individuals to put forward their views.
To put forward an idea, a plan, or an action for other people to consider
I suggested an Indian restaurant near the subway station for the party.
To put forward a plan, idea, action, etc. for other people to consider
Several politicians have proposed raising the tax.
Give an opinion
I was invited to give my opinions about how the factory should be operated.
Air, Express, Offer, State, Voice
In someone’s opinion
Used when giving your opinion
In my opinion, we should change the way we work.
A personal opinion, belief, or attitude about something
Give one’s view
I always hesitate to give my own views on any matters.
Air, Convey, Expound, Express, Make known, Present, Put forward,
Tell someone your view, Let someone have your view
In someone’s view
In my view, it is a waste of time.
An idea, fact, opinion, or piece of information that is said or written as part of an argument or a discussion
Make a point
She made some interesting points in the conference.
Raise, Illustrate, Demonstrate, Get across, Put across, Prove, Have, Emphasize,
Belabor / Labor, Press, Stress, Clarify
A written or spoken comment, especially based on something you have seen, heard, felt or read
Make an observation
May I make an observation?
A written or spoken statement that officially tells people about something
Make / Issue an announcement
The president is going to make an announcement about his plans tonight.
An official announcement about a particular situation or plan of a government or an organization
Make / Issue a declaration
Our government has issued a declaration of war against the rebel group.
A humorous and clever remark
I made several quips during the interview.
A remark that you make quietly to someone because you do not want other people to hear it
He made an aside about the speaker to me.
An insulting or unkind remark, or a joke that is intended to make someone angry or upset
I tried to ignore their taunts.
A remark or joke that is intended to annoy or criticize someone
He makes sly little digs at me when we meet.