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Are all of the following expressions correct? Please give a reason for your answer.

1: According to me...
2: In my view...
3: According to my point of view...
4: In my point of view...
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Yes, and the reason is that all are different expressions to convey the same meaning.
Jackson6612Are all of the following expressions correct? Please give a reason for your answer.

1: According to me... (According to me is incorrect. In my opinion but According to him/her/them/Janet, etc.)
2: In my view... (correct)
3: According to my point of view... (incorrect)
4: In my point of view...
(Incorrect. From my point of view)



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Do you mean that these expressions are wrong in conversation also?
NooriDo you mean that these expressions are wrong in conversation also?
Yes.
according to me is very unidiomatic.
The most common expression for this is In my opinion, ...

CJ
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Yoong Liat
Jackson6612Are all of the following expressions correct? Please give a reason for your answer.

1: According to me... (According to me is incorrect. In my opinion but According to him/her/them/Janet, etc.)
2: In my view... (correct)
3: According to my point of view... (incorrect)
4: In my point of view...
(Incorrect. From my point of view)


Thank you, Yoong Liat.

Best wishes
Jackson

While from seems more logical to me too, both in and from are used at the New York Times:

771 from nytimes.com for "in my point of view"
3,540 from nytimes.com for "from my point of view"
Marius HancuWhile from seems more logical to me too, both in and from are used at the New York Times:

771 from nytimes.com for "in my point of view"
3,540 from nytimes.com for "from my point of view"

Marius, thank you for the information.
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