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    Currently in a fairly odd position regarding teachers for German and I don't feel like I'm learning how to express the opinions I'll need for the speaking exam. Does anyone have any tips/resources for doing this independently? Last year and last term I mostly formulated opinions in class discussions in German, which we are no longer doing.
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    (Original post by niamhisokay)
    Currently in a fairly odd position regarding teachers for German and I don't feel like I'm learning how to express the opinions I'll need for the speaking exam. Does anyone have any tips/resources for doing this independently? Last year and last term I mostly formulated opinions in class discussions in German, which we are no longer doing.
    Not really much different to last year. Make sure you have a stock of opinion phrases and then think about various things you could say about specific issues, sure it's a bit harder than having it spoonfed via class discussion but you gotta just try and think (or google advantages/disadvantages of X), that's all
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    Not really much different to last year. Make sure you have a stock of opinion phrases and then think about various things you could say about specific issues, sure it's a bit harder than having it spoonfed via class discussion but you gotta just try and think (or google advantages/disadvantages of X), that's all
    Maybe try stuff like:

    Meiner Meinung nach
    Ich denke
    Ich meine
    Ich liebe
    Ich hasse
    Es waere mir liebeer, wenn
 
 
 
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