Q: They had mixed opinions on it. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means: they had different reactions, partly positive and partly negative

他们的意见不一, 积极和负混合
Q: I've got a very high opinion とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Someone has a lot of respect for you.
Q: Now remarked in her opinion his letter was well expressed. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: A remark is a comment.

She is making an observation.
Q: You are certainly entitled to that opinion とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The word "certainly" in this context makes it sound a little terse. Like it isn't necessarily meant kindly. :')
Q: I had formed any opinions at all on social or political matters とはどういう意味ですか?
A: This essay was written in 1869 and likely explains why it's worded funny.

It would appear the author is trying to say that he formed an opinion when he was young and over time as he learnt more this opinion did not change or weaken but grew stronger.


Q: opinion
A: In my opinion, blue is the best color.
You don't have to agree with my opinion.
She has strong opinions about the election.
The public opinion is in Johnny Depp's favor.
They don't have the greatest opinion of Amber Heard.
My doctor said I need surgery, but I'm going to get a second opinion.
Q: How can I write yet "it's my opinion" in another way ?
A: Informal
"In my opinion" (The more casual way)
In my opinion, horses are rad!

"Well... I think" (talking)
Well... I think that you are wrong and horses are not rad

"Correct me if I'm wrong but" (starting a discussion, more aggressive)
Correct me if I am wrong but horses are cool

"I'm not but..." (stating something that fits into a social group that you are not apart of (supposedly))
I'm not horse-ist but horses are evil
I'm not sexist but women should stay in the kitchen

"My point of view is" (stating what you think on a topic)
My point of view on this topic is that horses are rad. Why? because....

"I believe"
I believe horses are cool

"I prefer"
I prefer horses over all other animals

"I feel"
I feel like horses could control the world!

"This is my opinion on..."
Horses will dominate society, we will have no need for cars. This is my opinion of Horses versus cars

That is all I can think of for now. We usually just counter-argue other people's opinions
"Woah mate, but you're wrong"
"Well I don't believe that"
etc etc.
Q: unpopular opinion を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Say you have three people and one says,
"I like dogs more than cats",
while the others say,
"I like cats more than dogs".
The unpopular opinion here would be to like dogs more than cats while the popular opinion would be to like cats more than dogs. I have run into situations where people act pretentious because they think their unpopular opinion should be the popular one but that isn't always the case and even though a person may hold an unpopular opinion it depends on their character the way they act.
Q: strong opinion about を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "I have a strong opinion about how the democratic system works really well in our country."

"I have a strong opinion about the right of women being able to vote."
Q: strong opinion on を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: He has a very strong opinion on this matter. We probably shouldn't pressure him to change his mind.

Your parents have very strong opinions on how we should raise our children. I'm not sure how I feel about that.

I have very strong opinions on how people should treat each other. If you aren't kind and respectful to me, I will be neither kind nor respectful towards you.


Q: opinions と feedback はどう違いますか?
A: Feedback is like "response." So in this sentence, feedback is better. People don't have to ask for you to give your opinion, but they will ask for feedback if they want it
Q: I'll stick to my opinion anyway. と I'll stand by my opinion anyway. はどう違いますか?
A: 'Stick to' and 'Stand by' are not synonymous. Although they can be used interchangeably in certain contexts, there are distinct differences between the insinuations.

Sticking to your opinion implies that you're not changing your mind and you're staying with the same opinion you had.

As for standing by your opinion, though it also means that you're not going to change your opinion, it implies that you're going to fervently support it.

The former comes across as more passive than the latter.

Say whatever you want but I'll still stick to my opinion that X is better than Y. (proceeds to say little)
I will stand by my opinion that X is better than Y and I will debate you on that. (proceeds to argue / take a stand on the issue)
Q: opinion と view はどう違いますか?
A: An opinion is what you think about something/someone, and a view is how you see something/someone. This might sound a little confusing, and the two words are definitely similar. You will learn the difference better from experience I think.
Q: in my opinion と to my mind はどう違いますか?
A: This may be helpful: http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/81366/using-to-my-mind

They are synonymous. It is more common (in my opinion) to find "to my mind" in the middle of a sentence. These four sentences sound natural to me:

"In my opinion, that was the best movie of the year."
"That was, in my opinion, the best movie of the year."
"That was the best movie of the year in my opinion."
"That was, to my mind, the best movie of the year."

The other possibilities, where "to my mind" is at the beginning or the end of the sentence do not sound natural to me.

Additionally, I almost never use "to my mind" (in any form: spoken, written, casual, or formal). I believe it is more common in other dialects. My dialect is of the Midwest/Southern US.
Q: to agree with your opinion と to agree to your opinion はどう違いますか?
A: "Agree to your opinion" sounds unnatural to me.

I usually hear "agree to" with verbs, (e.g. "I agreed to run the event"). The only thing I can think of with a noun is "I agreed to the terms of service" or "I agreed to the terms of the contract."


Q: In my opinion, we might be able to ease this conflict by ensuring that animal testing is restricted to medicines only. This way, animals are not harmed when we make non essential products, such as fashion items.

do you think this is natural? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Yes, very neutral
Q: on my opinion は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: In my opinion
Q: it is okay to say " opinions are not agreed " は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Wanting to go to the sea and wanting to go to the mountain is NOT an opinion, it is a choice/preference. The problem you are having is that you cannot agree on your choices/preferences. You cannot get to an agreement about where to go.
Q: your opinion doesn't count (1)
your opinion don't count (2)
Your opinion not count (3) は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Use the first one. You need a verb (does) and it needs to agree in number with your noun.
Q: opinions は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: in my opinion...
personally i think...
i think...
i like...
i love...
i don't like...
i hate...


Q: Could you help make my opinion better?

Question: Do you think Japan should make English as the official language?

My answer: I disagree. Even though English is widely spoken in the world and it's convenient if we can speak it, the adoption may cause great confusion. In addition, if we stop using Japanese, it will disappear, which we should avoid and we must cherish our language
A: "I don't think so. Even though English is widely spoken throughout the world and it would be convenient if we could speak it, it's adoption in Japan might cause great confusion. In addition, if we stop using Japanese, it will disappear, which we should avoid. We must cherish our language."

You shouldn't say, "I disagree," because there is nothing to agree with. If the question was, "Do you agree that Japan should..." or, "Someone said Japan should...", THEN you could write "I disagree." But, the question was "Do you think..." so your answer should be something like, "Yes, I think Japan should..." or "No, I don't think Japan should..."
Q: Could you help me to make the opinion better?

Question: Do you think elementary school students should use sharp pencil?

My answer: I disagree. Sharp pencils aren't suit for elementary school students to use, because the leads tend to break easily, and this leads to distract students from focusing to the lesson the teacher is giving.
A: To fix up your statement a little bit I would say this, “I disagree. Sharp pencils aren’t suitable for elementary school students to use, because the lead tends to break easily. This would then have the students distracted from focusing on the lesson the teacher is giving.”
You can even argue that the sharp pencils can cause the students to harm each other.
Hope this helps :)
Q: In my opinion, stable government is not always good thing, especially,if this power doesn't imply the development of the country. この表現は自然ですか?
A: "A stable government", "especially, " after every comma comes a space.

The rest is good.
Q: In my opinion, goals are imaginations about future, something that you want to achieve in your life. Every person in the word has their goal, and tries to acieve it, but it is not easy, you must be patient and imphatic. Somebody has goal, to get a better life, to find true love and to go to the country of their dreams. この表現は自然ですか?
A: My few criticisms would be:

Don’t use “in my opinion” to start out something who’s source is you. People will infer that it is your opinion.

Try to use a different word in place of “emphatic”. Perhaps something like “determined” or “motivated”

Also your use of “somebody is not really consistent with “every person” earlier in the passage.

I would revise this as:

Goals are imaginations about the future, aspirations to be fulfilled. Every person in the world has a goal and strives to achieve it. Whether I’d be finding a better life, love, or country, the road to that goal is not easy, and without patience and determination you may not reach it.
Q: I translated my opinion into English as you can see below. Please correct it if there are some wrong or unnatural expressions.

Living in a small town is also good for my health because it doesn’t have air pollution which is a big problem in urban areas. For instance, when I was in high school, my aunt lived in Tokyo which had an air pollution. The dirty air resulted in her having asthma and she spent a lot of money to cure this disease. After the tow years, she till had it and was having a difficult time living by her self. I proposed that she should emigrate to a rural area to avoid dirty air. She accepted my proposal and moved to Hokkaido. Thanks to me, now she gets over her disease and lives comfortably.

(Now Tokyo doesn’t have air pollution because the government reduced the emission of exhaust fumes, so please come to Tokyo with no fear 😄)
A: Which had air pollution (an は要らない)
Also, it can be more natural to say there is or isn't air pollution somewhere, rather than the place having air pollution. 例:my aunt lived in Tokyo, where there was lots of air pollution. Tokyo had air pollution, is also ok though