Although I’ve been writing opinions in my head for quite some time I still can’t get them down on paper. I think it’s because I’m still a kid and don’t fully understand the process of writing an opinion. Even when I’m older I have trouble writing opinions because I’ve grown up with only one opinion to write.
You should have thought of this before you started writing opinions, because Im trying to stay ahead of the game and make up for the fact Im not really good at writing opinions.
Ive also noticed that Im not much that good at writing opinions as a kid. Ive found that as you grow older you’ll find that opinions can become your main focus.
The main problem with writing opinions is that you need to have a clear enough point to show why you think what you feel in your opinion is wise. You do that by finding some reason to support your opinion and making sure you put it in the right place. For example, I’m in a situation now where I only have one opinion on the topic, and Im trying to find something, or someone, to say about it, because I feel I should know what to say.
Sometimes you need to take a step back and figure out what the main point of your opinion is. For example, a lot of high school teachers have opinions on controversial topics like evolution, or the existence of unicorns. However, they aren’t actually sure what they are, and they can’t argue the issue because there is no clear point to support their opinion.
I am not saying that opinion writing is bad, I am simply saying that people with opinion writing skills are the same as those without. They just have different opinions on how to express them.
Out of the five articles on the main discussion, I think there is probably more to them than just opinion writing. Some of them are just too technical, but some of them are just too obvious.
Well, I’m not sure if I agree. I’m sure there are a lot of opinions in what they say. I’m also sure that there are a lot of opinions out there that are just plain wrong. I do think there are some that have a point. However, I think even with those, many of them are really just opinion pieces that have been put together by the writer and the blogger. The blogger can put whatever words she wants on the blog.
It might sound silly, but I’m not really sure how opinions are supposed to work. You can’t look at them and say, “Opinions are just opinions.” I mean, there’s no real way to judge what’s true or not.
People sometimes write opinions that are just plain wrong. For example, I dont know why there are so many people that write “Well, you shouldnt be smoking in the house. It is just not safe for you.” or “You shouldnt be smoking in the house. It is just not safe for you.” It is just plain wrong. But, people write them cause they want to.